[Athen] Seeking feedback

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Sat May 12 13:30:42 PDT 2018

I don't know what exactly Cannon Print Station is? At least some
parts of Cannon are aware of accessibility. We, a Department of the
State of Minnesota are switching to cannon multi-function devices
because they are accessible -- or at least have a range of
accessibility options available.


At 04:35 AM 5/12/2018, you wrote:

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>Recently, my campus transitioned from one printing contractor and

>print station, Go Print, to Canon print stations. The new system

>uses Pharos print center. The new Canon print stations are not

>accessible for students who utilize screen readers. I have not

>allowed my University's IT folks or Canon to place their

>inaccessible products in my AT labs. How have others responded to

>the vendors who do not meet accessibility standards?








>Bryon Kluesner, RhD

>Adaptive Technology Coordinator

>Disability Resource Center

>University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

>103 Frist Hall

>Chattanooga, TN 37403


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