Web sites that meet accessibility standards and offer accessibility resources enable people with disabilities to participate equally on the web. It is our mission to provide a platform that guarantees equal access and opportunity to people with diverse abilities.
When full accessibility is not achievable we have provided a comprehensive list of alternative methods for accessing information.
Assistive Technology Tools
Assistive technology in the form of a software application that attempts to identify and convert content on-screen into audio or Braille output. Screen readers are essential for people who are blind, visually impaired, illiterate, or have a learning disability.
- JAWS from Freedom Scientific
- Window-Eyes from GW Micro
- Dolphin Supernova
- Emacspeak for Linux
- System Access from Serotek
Magnifiers interface with the computers visual output to present enlarged content on the screen.
Alternative Web Browsers
Web browsers that offer alternative user features to Internet Explorer.
- Lynx (strips visual content and displays text)
Voice Recognition Software
Software that uses audio input for entering data instead of a keyboard.