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The World Wide Web is a tool that has a myriad of uses for any type of person, so it should be accessible to everyone. In order to help Web designers and software authors accommodate people with disabilities, this site offers a series of guidelines that explains how to effectively serve these types of users. Following a discussion of different disabilities, assistive technologies, and general accessibility tips, ten main guideline topics are addressed in depth. Techniques for using images, multimedia applications, and mathematics illustrations, among others, are given to create a more universally useable online experience.
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Top-Down Nanomanufacturing:...
This overview of nanotechnology is presented by the NaMCATE project. According to the introductory page, "in related silicon processes for fabrication of MEMS...
Bottom-Up Nanomanufacturing:...
This overview of nanotechnology is presented by the NaMCATE project. "The scanning tunneling microscope (STM) is a type of electron microscope that shows...
Overview of Nanotechnology:...
This overview of nanotechnology is presented by the NaMCATE project. The module includes a definition of nanotechnology, a list of the potential benefits, and...
Volcanic Ash: Volcanism
This learning module from the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research will help students learn more about volcanics. The course aims to help students...
Our Lake: Central New York's...
OurLake allows access to surface water quality data collected remotely on Central New York State's lakes and tributaries. Useful for education, scientists, and...



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The AMSER Quarterly was recently featured on Maria Anderson's Teaching College Math blog. Maria Anderson is a math instructor at Muskegon Community College, to read her math blog as well as her contribution to the Quarterly click here. For more issues of the AMSER Quarterly click here.


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