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Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology is any item, piece of equipment, product or system, whether acquired commercially, modified or customized, used to increase, maintain or improve functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities.

The four main categories of disabilities are visual, hearing, mobility and cognitive. A variety of assistive technology tools are available to assist individuals with disabilities.

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Digital Content

Digital content refers to information provided in an electronic format. Forms of digital content include electronic text, videos, digital audio files, etc.

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Document Accessibility refers to documents saved in common file formats, posted to websites or distributed through email, and the need to provide them in an accessible format. Documents designed using accessibility standards and guidelines are beneficial for all users. Accessibility considerations include: document structure, navigation, alternative text descriptions, logical reading order and adequate labels

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Strategic Planning

Strategic planning refers to the process plotting out the steps and resources required to fulfill an organization's vision and/or purpose. In relation to accessibility, strategic planning involves procurement guidelines, systemwide planning, and universal design. 

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