3 Things - Tuesday, July 13

  1. 'I am not ashamed': Disability advocates, experts implore you to stop saying 'special needs'
    Most experts and advocates vehemently oppose the term "special needs," and believe we need to eliminate it from our vernacular. Furthermore, they say avoiding the term "disabled" only leads to stigmatization

  2. Court finds Domino’s Pizza Violated the ADA
    Five years after the lawsuit was first filed, federal district court judge Jesus Bernal ruled on June 23 that Domino’s had violated Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by having a website that was not fully accessible to the plaintiff, who is blind.


  3. Free Webinar Series on Accessible Publishing and Reading
    The DAISY Consortium along with leaders in the accessible publishing and reading ecosystem will be presenting on a diverse range of topics like "The Art and Science of Describing Images," "Making Math Accessible, One Step at a Time," and "Word Document Accessibility 101" and many more.

Maggie Vaughan, CPACC
~ friend of DubBot, A11Y practitioner in higher ed