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Equal Access: UD of Your Project

This webpage provides a checklist for making projects welcoming, accessible, and usable. "Addressing the questions provides a good starting point to making your facility, information resources, and project activities universally accessible". An introduction to universal design, guidelines, and examples are presented.

DO-IT, Washington University

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