What is Internet Explorer (IE) Compatibility mode and how do I turn it off?
Internet Explorer (IE) Compatibility mode is an IE feature that allows the browser to act like an older version (currently it emulates IE7). Some newer website features will not work when compatibility mode is enabled. To turn it off:
Select "Tools" from the menu bar of the IE browser. (If the menu bar does not appear, press the ALT key).
Select the Compatibility View settings option.
If the "Display all websites in Compatibility View" is checked, uncheck it.
If the "Display intranet sites in Compatibility View" is checked, uncheck it (for SourceAmerica staff
Next, click on "Close" and refresh the page.
Are videos on the website fully accessible?
All YouTube videos on our website are fully accessible. Vimeo videos are accessible; however, they cannot be ended with keyboard shortcuts while still playing when using Internet Explorer. Chrome does provide full keyboard accessibility with Vimeo for those not needing to use JAWS.
What are SourceAmerica's different websites ?
SourceAmerica.Org is SourceAmerica's public website (this site!). It provides information for nonprofits serving people with disabilities, federal government customers, commercial customers, people with significant disabilities and their families, and the general public.
The SourceAmerica Academy website provides learning resources to members of the SourceAmerica and AbilityOne community; including employees of SourceAmerica-associated and NIB-associated organizations.
The Institute for Economic Empowerment (Institute) website details the research, demonstration, and development projects conducted by the Institute to make significant progress toward the strategic goal of full and fair employment for individuals with significant disabilities, particularly those facing the most significant disability-related barriers to employment.
The SourceAmerica Extranet is a website provided to nonprofit agencies that join the SourceAmerica network. It provides access to business applications such as costing, collaboration forums, news, guides, policy documents, and more.
The SourceAmerica Customer Portal is an easy-to-use web-based tool provided to nonprofit agencies after joining the SourceAmerica network. The Portal is used to maintain account information, update regulatory requirements, find nonprofit agencies to collaborate with, and more, and is accessed via the SourceAmerica Extranet.
Where can I find information about the SourceAmerica Customer Portal?
The SourceAmerica Customer Portal is an easy-to-use web-based tool provided to nonprofit agencies joining the SourceAmerica network. The Portal is used to maintain account information, update regulatory requirements, find nonprofit agencies to collaborate with, and more. When joining the SourceAmerica network, your nonprofit agency will receive access to the Customer Portal. Additional information is available via the SourceAmerica Extranet.
Where can I register for SourceAmerica Training?
The online training catalog is located at www.sourceamerica.org/training-catalog. This tool allows you to easily identify online or classroom courses. With the click of a button you can then register at the SourceAmerica Academy.
What is the difference between abilityone.org and sourceamerica.org?
The abilityone.org site is primarily for federal government customers and is representative of the AbilityOne program. The sourceamerica.org site communicates to a much broader audience and focuses on SourceAmerica, rather than the program as a whole.
What is the best website to learn about the AbilityOne program?
abilityone.gov is the U.S. AbilityOne Commission's website. This is the best website for learning about the Abilityone program.
Where can I purchase AbilityOne products online?
AbilityOne products are available for online purchase at abilityone.com.