Global Accessibility Awareness Day is May 19, and the Office of Equity and Access (OEA) is celebrating accessibility through the month of May.
One way Stony Brook is joining in on the celebration is by taking the “No Mouse Challenge.”
Some people with disabilities use assistive technology in place of the mouse, while other people with disabilities rely on the keyboard to navigate. The “No Mouse Challenge” is a quick way to discover whether your content is navigable for many users. Join OEA, and take 10 minutes of your day, set your mouse aside and let’s become more accessible together. More information is available at nomouse.org/ and at the OEA website.
Global Accessibility Awareness Day is an annual event focused on providing accessibility and equity for persons with disabilities.