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The Internet and web-based technology have changed the way that we all interact with the world around us. Web-based technology creates opportunities in education and social interaction that people would not have without it.
As we rely more and more on web-based technology to share information and opportunities we must work to make sure that we do not put barriers up that keep anyone from using websites and web-based software. Quite the opposite, we want technology to open doors and create opportunity.
Join Us for ABLE Tech's Inaugural Technology Accessibility Conference
on Thursday, September 8th in Oklahoma City!
ABLE Tech is available to assist Oklahoma state agencies and higher education institutions in designing, developing, and procuring accessible websites and software.
WAHEP is a unique partnership between ABLE Tech, state higher education institutions, WebAIM, and the National Center on Disability and Access to Education (NCDAE).
Stay up-to-date with information and communication technology with ABLE Tech's newsletter. We'll share relevant tips, news, and resources to help you make the web a more accessible place.
ABLE Tech has partnered with WebAim and the Association of Assistive Technology Programs to provide tips and resources designed specifically to aid web managers in making the web a more accessible place.
Oklahoma statute authorizes Oklahoma ABLE Tech to coordinate with the Office of Management and Enterprise Services to provide technical assistance to agencies concerning the requirements of the Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility (EITA) Law in Oklahoma.