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There are other ways to help people use computers, mobile devices and the web more easily.
In particular by making sure the websites and other online applications you create are accessible and as a manager or owner, ensuring that your organisation caters for disabled people right across the services you provide.
There are several groups and bodies offering advice and working together to provide a better online experience for disabled web users.
Business Disability Forum – Disability Standard (external website)
An online management tool to help business measure and improve on performance for disabled customers, clients or service users, employees and stakeholders.
AccessIT (external website)
Developed by the The National Center on Accessible Information Technology in Education in the US, the project provides information for inclusive education through accessible information technology.
The website provides a knowledge base of answers to common questions, case studies, and promising practices regarding accessible information technology in education. Also a curriculum for teaching standards-based web design and an IT in edication accessibility checklist.
A UK advisory service on technologies for inclusion in education. Offering advice on inclusive practices and resources for learning and teaching in UK higher education, further education & skills, and independent and specialist colleges.