Information in the Ideas Browser is organized into three frames. However, you do not need to have a frames enabled browser to access the information. The navigation frame at the left side of the browser is organized into a list of links with folder items that open and close when selected. When a folder is opened, a list of strategies related to providing access in the selected category is displayed below the selected item in the list and is rendered in the navigation frame. Clicking on the strategies in the lists below an open folder will display information in the main display frame. General information about the browser, notes and credits and help are available in the header frame, and strategies and ideas content, guidelines text and examples are displayed in the main display frame.
Please email any feedback you have about the ideas browser to the Trace Center Info Line.
The Ideas Browser is a joint project of the Universal Telecommunications Access RERC (Gallaudet University and the Trace Center), and the Information Technology Access RERC (Trace Center), both of whom receive their core funding from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research of the Department of Education under grant numbers H133E50002, H133A60030, and H133E980008. The opinions contained in this tool are those of the grantee and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Education.