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Accessibility and Localization

Features and assistive technologies that make Linux more accessible and available to a variety of users.

3 videos  //  20 minutes of training

Course description

Learn about various techniques — such as sticky keys, toggle keys, speech recognition and gestures — that can assist users who have physical impairments. The course also reviews a variety of Linux localization options, including international languages/characters, time zones and locales, and what you need to consider when configuring those options.

Course syllabus

AccessibilityDuration: 6:00

Localization Part 1Duration: 7:17

Localization Part 2Duration: 6:50

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