Colleges cautioned about e-book readers' accessibility
As e-book technology becomes more commonplace on college campuses, the U.S. Justice and Education departments raised concerns Tuesday that some
universities are using devices that don't meet accessibility standards set by the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.
"It is unacceptable for universities to use emerging technology without insisting that this technology be accessible to all students," the departments said
in a joint letter to college presidents.