These resources will be useful to museums and other cultural organizations looking for ways to be accessible.
One of CANE's founding members, Larry Goldberg of WGBH's National Center for Accessible Media, discusses new ways tech is helping people with disabilities.
Other tech access discussions are also available.
Checklists covering the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
Photos and examples of universal design in a variety of settings.
Captioning YouTube video and providing accessible controls.
A federal agency committed to accessible design.
Information and technical assistance on the ADA.
Universal Principles of Online Accessible Ticketing (PDF)
ADA Update: A Primer for Small Business
Support Animals: Where allowed and under what conditions? (PDF)
Promotes access and inclusion in parks, recreation and tourism.
Accessibility Resources - Publications and Checklists
A Practical Handbook on Accessible Graphic Design (PDF)
Univ. of Wisconsin's "Designing More Usable Web Sites"
Appropriate fonts and styles for blind and low-vision readers.
The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Sample online house maps with accessible seating indicated.
Resources for understanding and implementing Section 508
TDF's Accessibility Programs Autism Theatre Initiative
Tips For Interacting With People With Disabilities At The Massachusetts State House (PDF)
Free Windows software that instantly picks the color from the mouse pointer, providing the color name, as well as RGB values, brightness, and saturation.