DO-IT NEWS * January 2014
Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology
Volume 22, Number 1
In This Issue:
- Director's Digressions: Disability 101
- MEAF Funds DO-IT's AccessSTEM-CAREERS
- A DO-IT Presence at "See It. Be It. Explore Your Future Career"
- Getting the Right Accommodations
- Public Presentations at the National Science Foundation
- Disability in the Media: Part Two
- One Stop Shopping to Find Out If Your Vulnerable Applications are Up-To-Date
- Call For Articles
- Support DO-IT: How Can You DO-IT?
- The Browser: Calendar of Events
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