Going to college right outside of Washington DC means that I am just a short Metro ride away from some of the most amazing museums in the country. My friend and I set a goal of going to all of the Smithsonian museums, so one […]
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A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to meet people from the US Bureau of Engraving, which designs and produces paper money, amongst other things, for the United States government. I was surprised to learn about the world of free resources for identifying US […]
My Twitter feed has been filled with tweets about HR 620 and ways to contact representatives. I noticed when talking to people around me about it, they figured that since the bill has the acronym ADA in it, it must be a good thing. This […]
Five websites from the US Government that educate visitors on disability and assistive technology.
How to attend conferences and events related to assistive technology and disability with low vision, written with venues of various sizes in mind.