In this Information era the general public considers the Internet as a visual media. Sight, sound and interaction are common themes in websites, but what if you have a disability limiting your access and use of this media and its resources? And how do you design for accessibility to allow these individuals to fully experience the Internet and its resources? Zachary Bingaman is a graduating senior from Pacific University. To view the full video, please visit the Berglund Center Roundtable site at: bcis.pacificu.edu/roundtables/. The Berglund Center for Internet Studies is a part of Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon.

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