Live@edu and Accessibility

Several Live@edu customers I have in the US have asked recently about how our program can help them conform with Section 508; part of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.  We have some great resources that customers can reference on this front.

First of all, we have a section on our website dedicated to the many aspects of accessible computing: http://www.microsoft.com/enable/.  This site provides an excellent insight into the investments we are making at a high level.

Secondly we proactively publish documents called VPATs (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template).  These documents describe how the accessibility features of Microsoft products help federal agencies address the requirements of Section 508 Standards.  VPATs of interest are:

    … quite a list!

    … and finally, if you want a bit of an insight into the work we did on the OWA Light experience, you can watch a super video a couple of our employees recorded a while back.

    http://msexchangeteam.com/videos/9/owamobility/entry427718.aspx 

    Jonny

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    2 Responses to Live@edu and Accessibility

    1. Michael says:

      You are a rockstar!

    2. Pingback: Support for Accessibility « Live@edu

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