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Fall 2012 - Fall 2016
Twenty-six Oklahoma institutions of higher education working toward the same goal of making Oklahoma higher education more accessible to everyone. Over 150 individual project team members becoming accessibility aware and informed. An innovative effort that combines the resources and expertise of Oklahoma ABLE Tech, WebAIM, and the Southwest ADA Center at ILRU. The goal: to help institutions of higher education throughout Oklahoma create more accessible digital campus environments.
Over the course of the project, teams will receive targeted training and technical assistance from Oklahoma ABLE Tech, nationally recognized accessibility experts and WebAIM. Teams will create a feasible plan and expertise to develop a system-wide commitment to accessibility and the technical development skills to create functionally and technically accessible digital environments.
We are seeing some great strides taken by institutions. And, we have begun to identify some challenges that institutions might face as they work toward building a successful web accessibility initiative.
We will publish some news and information that is relevant to WAHEP teams from time to time. Our first newsletter is available now.
Please call or or email Oklahoma ABLE Tech if you need a copy of your institution's memorandum of understanding, a list of team members, or copy of your web site accessibility review report.
Brenda Dawes, Program Manager, 405-744-5170 or 800-257-1705
Rob Carr, Accessibility Coordinator 405-744-9748
OKLAHOMA ABLE TECH
Oklahoma State University
1514 W. Hall of Fame Stillwater, OK 74078
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