PROVIDENCE, RI--(Marketwired - September 03, 2017) - In addition to internet accessibility, researchers invested in the ever-expanding online community are increasingly concerned about digital inclusion -- an aspect defined by the University of Maryland College Park as one's ability to access, adopt, and apply online resources within their daily life.

Organizations and companies in the United States are working to boost digital inclusion, which is a goal that will prove challenging given that a substantial number of Americans still do not have consistent access to the internet. These digital inclusion initiatives are nevertheless encouraging, because they could also prove beneficial for ameliorating the online experience for Americans with disabilities. To learn more about digital inclusion, please visit

About the Bureau of Internet Accessibility:

Mobile and Website compliance is a requirement, but trying to understand the WCAG 2.0 Guidelines and how they relate to ADA, ACAA, OCR, AODA, Section 508 and other compliance requirements, can be confusing. The Bureau of Internet Accessibility (BoIA) has been helping eliminate the accessibility digital divide since 2001. The organization's reports, tools, and services have assisted businesses in improving, maintaining, and proving the accessibility of their websites. With services that include self-help tools, audits, training, remediation and implementation support, BoIA has the experience and expertise to ensure that accessibility efforts are worthwhile and successful. For more information, visit

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