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UCLA Library DIIT (Digital Initiatives & Information Technology) supports accessibility testing and accommodation strategies for UCLA Library web presence. DIIT works with Library web support teams, vendors and the Office of Information Technology (OIT) Web Accessibility in this effort.


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