Resources for Accessibility

Accessibility means ensuring compatibility with assistive technology. Try to favor true accessibility over mere compliance with standards. For example, use text to describe a picture that will mean something to the visually impaired, rather than just using placeholder or minimal text to satisfy the requirement.





Webinar Recording from AETC E-Learn Committee Meeting

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Quick Survey

What percentage of your patients living with or at risk of HIV:

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