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As open source software grows in use, developers have the responsibility of making their software accessible to all potential users, including people with disabilities. 

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Speech recognition in applications isn't just a fun trick but an important accessibility feature.
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Various Linux systems handle assistive technologies differently. Here are a few helpful settings for seeing, hearing, typing, and more.
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The ability to let your website adjust to the user's theme of choice is a great accessibility feature.
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One university open source program office is working to improve accessibility of an open access journal with LaTeX.
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Open source accommodations help people with neurodiversity use their talents to their highest ability.
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Saylor Academy builds its college credit-eligible courses on openly licensed content, making higher education accessible to more people.
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The state of Georgia was nationally recognized last month by the National Association of State CIOs...
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Creating an accessible website is easier than you think. All the resources you need are open, and...