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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Accessibility
Making our technology accessible is more than just following the law. It provide equal access to our diverse community. It enables everyone to participate and experience all our opportunities, whether academic, professional, entertaining or social.
Tarleton State University is committed to excellence in providing this inclusive environment. This includes:
- providing training and guidance on how to meet compliance standards for accessible electronic and information resources (EIR)
- ensuring technology we create, use and purchase is accessible to everyone
You are an important part of this process. Your efforts allow individuals with disabilities and impairments, ranging visual, hearing, cognitive and neurological and motor function skills, to access information through assistive technologies. Your service to them simultaneously makes technology easier for our entire Tarleton family to use.