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Bridges4Kids LogoDesigning Your Project to Be Accessible to All Participants
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DO-IT's new publication, Equal Access: Designing Your Project to Be Accessible to All Participants, is designed to help projects make their information resources and activities accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities. More information about DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) can be found at

A single printed copy of this new publication will be mailed to you upon request at  You can also find the publication at

Please take advantage of this opportunity to extend your project to all qualified participants and share the reward of a fully inclusive society.

Sheryl Burgstahler, Ph.D. Director, DO-IT; Co-Director, AccessIT; Director, UW Access Technology Lab Computing & Communications University of Washington, Box 354842 Seattle, WA 98195 (206) 543-0622 FAX (206) 221-4171 or
Nan Hawthorne, Information Specialist, Project DO-IT ~ Disabilities Opportunities Internetworking & Technology, Mailbox 355670, University of Washington,, visit, or call (206) 616-9685.


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