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What Is Title I of the ADA (Video)

In this video, we discuss how the ADA applies to the workplace, employees, and employers.
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Web Content Accessibility Guidelines - WCAG 2.1 Reference Guide

This guide examines the updates for the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG, from 2.0 to 2.1.
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2010 ADA Standards vs PROWAG

There are a few key differences between the 2010 ADA standards and the Public Right of Way Accessibility Guidelines (PROWAG).

Accessibility in College Online Learning Curriculum

The current availability of accessibility tools utilized in online learning curriculums at public and private colleges and universities. Report download available.
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Making an Accessible Document

Download a thorough guide on making documents more accessible. This guide will walk you through step by step to ensure Section 508 compliance on all of your documents.

Social Media Implications for Title II and Title III Entities

Is social media an extension of a website? If so, how does this impact Title II and Title III entities under the ADA? Full report available for download.

How does the ADA apply to Tribal Nations and what resources are available within Region 8?

This document details Tribal Nations rights and resources under the ADA.

Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

Download our extensive report Medical Marijuana use in each of the RMADA regions, as well as best practices for use in the workplace.

Rapid Research Report: Medication Assisted Treatment in Prison (Region VIII)

MAT is a form of substance abuse treatment that uses a combination of counseling, behavioral therapies, and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved medications to treat Opiate Use Disorders (OUD). Download the full report and quick reference guide below.

Accessible Playground and Play Area Maintenance

What the Maintenance Crew needs to understand about the ADA and Playground Surface