In information technology, accommodations to enable people with disabilities (such as those that affect vision, hearing, mobility, and attention) to use computer software and hardware.


Freedom from mistake or error; adherence to fact or truth.

active voice.

A grammatical form in which the doer of the action is expressed as the subject rather than as an agent or not expressed at all. For example, the following sentence uses active voice: “Administrators can update the files.” Contrast with passive voice.

agile development.

An iterative approach to product development in which the product evolves and improves as a result of continuous analysis and testing throughout multiple development cycles. Team members from ...

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