Leave Your Mouse at Home


How is your website? Is it accessible to all your potential audience? According to the United States Census Bureau, the number of people with disabilities is climbing. The number of students with disabilities enrolled in higher education institutions hovers around 11 percent of the student population. With this high of a number, you must be sure that your institution's website is accessible to everyone.

There are a number of ways for your web team to test for accessibility. Aside from that, you too can test for some features of access. Try navigating your website without using the mouse. Many users including blind and low vision users cannot use a mouse to navigate your site. Be sure that your site is fully functional using just the keyboard.


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