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UK: Member of Parliament Tulip Siddiq in Parliamentary Question Asks for Proportion of Accessible BBC Content
In a Parliamentary Question, MP Tulip Siddiq asked the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) about the proportion of BBC content that includes audio description in the United Kingdom.
From Digital TV Group, February 10, 2018

Malta: €3.3m EU Project to Train People with Disabilities, Families and Employers to Increase Participation in the Workforce
The project will provide specialized training for persons with disabilities, their families, and frontline workers, to help transition the disabled from school into the working world.
From Malta today, February 09, 2018

Dig Dog - The Video Game Coded Without Using a Keyboard or Mouse
A coder who wants to grow the speech-to-text coding community uses his fun game coded without using a keyboard or mouse to advocate.
From ARS Technica, February 09, 2018

Web Accessibility and Inclusive Design - one of the UX Design Trends for 2018
Artificial intelligence, smart home devices, Voice UI and Web accessibility have taken huge steps towards mainstream adoption. There is increasing reliance on technology to live and work, making web accessibility more crucial than ever before for an increasingly aging population.
From Digital Arts, February 08, 2018

University of Toronto Builds Device to Make Labs More Accessible
University of Toronto scientists have built an assistive lab device for students with disabilities that can pour, talk and record data, thus making science more accessible.
From University of Toronto, February 08, 2018

Digital Natives Will Get Old, Too
If technology becomes friendlier to the whole population, especially the booming numbers of older Americans, companies will find their business landscapes expanding along with their consumer base. The article explains why we need to start designing technology that includes the elderly from the start.
From Politico, February 07, 2018

Assistive Technology Might be the Extra Hand Caregivers Need
The article provides information and insight on assistive technology that may be useful for those of us who are providing care to someone else.
From Sheboygan Press, February 07, 2018

Acadia University Hosts Buildathon Towards Building Smartphone Accessibility Devices
Acadia University hosted a buildathon towards building smartphone accessibility devices for people with disabilities. The event was hosted by the university as part of its first Accessibility Week.
From Annapolis County Spectator, February 07, 2018

Design Thinking Principles for Accessibility
Accessible design enables people with disabilities to engage with digital products and services. Brightfind CEO Frank Klassen explains how associations can use design thinking principles to accommodate these users’ unique needs.
From Associations Now, February 01, 2018

The Innovative Money Management Tools Widening Access for All
As digital technology transforms banking on both a global and personal level, it’s proving a great enabler for people with accessibility needs. For a range of people with disabilities the advent of apps, contactless payment and other innovations has brought everyday tasks within reach.
From The Guardian, January 31, 2018

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