Contribute to the Knowledge Base
AccessComputing staff maintain a Knowledge Base of hundreds of articles that address disability-related issues. This Knowledge Base is continually growing to include answers to common questions (Q&A), Case Studies, and Promising Practices regarding accessibility of technology, college, graduate school, and computing careers for individuals with disabilities.
We rely on website visitors like you to add content to the Knowledge Base. If you would like to do so:
- Search the Knowledge Base to review current content.
- Identify a question you would like addressed, a Case Study, or Promising Practice you feel would make a good addition to the Knowledge Base.
- Draft the article, or simply send your ideas within an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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