What are the similarities and differences in the goals and services of the ITTATC and AccessIT?
ITTATC (Information Technology Technical Assistance and Training Center) and AccessIT (the National Center on Accessible Information Technology in Education) are both funded to promote the use of electronic and information technology that is accessible to people with disabilities nationwide. Outreach efforts of ITTATC focus on industry, state government, and consumers, whereas AccessIT reaches out primarily to educational entities at all academic levels.
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