AMAC is committed to ensuring accessibility of its website for people with disabilities. All of the pages on the AMAC website should conform to Section 508 standards. The AMAC website has been validated using the W3C Markup Validation Service and WAVE.
If you encounter any accessibility issues with our website, please contact us.
The AMAC website utilizes the following:
- Cascading style sheets to control page elements. Style sheets can be turned off the page.
- Relative font sizes; text is resizable.
- Limited usage of tables. Tables are labeled when relevant.
- Color is secondary to meaning.
- Links have title attributes or descriptive targets. Links are written to make sense out of context. Link text is not duplicated (same text means same link).
- Images have ALT attributes.
The AMAC website utilizes a standard template with navigational elements as follows:
- Link titles are clear and concise and make sense when read out of context.
- Horizontal navigation links are located at the top and bottom of each page.
- Vertical navigation links are located at the right of each page.
- Certain pages contain vertical navigation links located at the left of the page.
Acronyms & Abbreviations
- AT, Assistive Technology
- BOR, Board of Regents
- COA, College of Architecture
- DSP, Disability Service Provider
- EI2, Enterprise Innovation Institute
- FAQ, Frequently Asked Question
- GATECH, Georgia Institute of Technology
- PROFITT, Providing Real Opportunities for Income through Technology
- RCLD, Regents Center for Learning Disorders
- STEPP, Student E-rent Pilot Project
- TFL, Tools for Life
- UGA, University of Georgia
- USG, University System of Georgia