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NEW ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS ADOPTED FOR CONNECTICUT STATE WEB SITE

Rock Regan, Chief Information Officer of the State Department of Information Technology (DOIT), announced an initiative to improve the accessibility of the state web site ( www.state.ct.us  ) to people with disabilities, including more than 100,000 state residents with visual impairment.

The state of Connecticut is addressing web accessibility with the CMAC Web Site Accessibility Subcommittee (CMAC-AC)

 

CMAC Web Site Accessibility Subcommittee (CMAC-AC) - Resource Page
http://www.cmac.state.ct.us/access 

Contact: kathleen.anderson@po.state.ct.us for further information on this subject. 

Mission

In general, an information technology system is accessible to people with disabilities if it can be used in a variety of ways that do not depend on a single sense or ability 

The mission of the CMAC Website Accessibility Subcommittee is to ensure, through education and outreach, that ConneCT, the official Website of the State of Connecticut, is universally accessible.

It is the policy of the State of Connecticut to ensure that people with hearing, visual and other disabilities have equal access to public information that is available on the Internet and the World Wide Web. It is the direct responsibility of the agency and its web page developers to become familiar with the guidelines for achieving universal accessibility and to apply these principles in designing and creating any official State of Connecticut Website. They are entitled:
Universal Website Accessibility Policy for State Websites - Version 4.0
 http://www.cmac.state.ct.us/access/policies/accesspolicy40.html 

They were adopted from the Design of HTML Pages to Increase their Accessibility to Users with Disabilities from the Trace Center at the University of Wisconsin. 

These guidelines were developed by those working in the areas of assistive and adaptive technology at the University of Wisconsin's Trace Research and Development Center. They can be found at the following address: http://trace.wisc.edu/text/guidelns/htmlgide/htmlgide.html

 

 

 

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