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Accessibility Statement: Putting our money where our mouth is!

By Brian Egan on March 25, 2010 11:06 AM | Permalink
We're getting the new CML site all in place, making it easier to use, and of course, fantastically accessible!

Because we're working hard on making the site more accessible in a number of ways, from improving the code to running our site through rigorous testing, I'd like to let our patrons know that we're serious about accessibility, and also give our patrons a document they can look at to make sure we're living up to the standards we set for ourselves.

I think the best way to do that would be with a simple, public statement on our website that declares exactly what our goals are for the accessibility of our site. 

I'm thinking of something like the following, which is from the University of Buffalo Library Website (they do a ton of things really well):