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accessibility

(1) Evaluation of the convenience of a property relative to the people who will be using it. May refer to ingress and egress for customers or lack of obstructions for persons with disabilities.(2) Important component in pricing surveying services.The more difficult the terrain and the less accessible the site;the more expensive the fee.

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Organizations were invited to submit projects that increase accessibility and inclusion of Canadians with disabilities in their communities and workplaces.
According to Google, almost 7 million places around the world already have accessibility information.
Tower has been the director of media and digital learning at Needham Public Schools in Massachusetts for a year and a half, and is leading the district's digital accessibility initiative.
VASTEC also offers VASTEC Verified certification to electronic information that meets accessibility standards.
We are hoping that Lancaster businesses will challenge themselves to become familiar and make sure their businesses comply with ADA, and in turn gain more support from patrons who appreciate the businesses' attention and care to ensure accessibility.
As the DOJ grows closer to completing the regulatory process, many businesses, including those in the banking industry, have begun focusing on the accessibility of their websites to pre-empt any possible litigation.
0 (A/AA/AAA) as the baseline standards for accessibility testing.
He founded the Institute for Technology and Learning, which eventually became UT's Accessibility Institute.
The accessibility program funds construction of exterior and interior projects, including wheelchair ramps, elevators, accessible bathrooms and other improvements related to accommodating those with hearing and visual impairments.
It includes a glossary of accessibility terms, internet and web accessibility guidelines, computer software accessibility, and evaluation forms.
Next month at the EDU-CAUSE annual national conference, web accessibility will get the lion's share of the agenda.