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RTC: Rural - Born Accessible

Born accessible is a term that refers to documents and information that are created in formats using the four basics of information accessibility right from the start.  Born accessible means that a document, website, book or presentation doesn’t have to be converted or adapted to be accessible but rather is created in accessible formats to meet the needs of users.  With a little training, born accessible strategies are easy to incorporate using existing technology.

Read more about accesible documents on the RTC:Rural website: http://rtc.ruralinstitute.umt.edu/born-accessible/

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