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AIR Austin - Knowbility
Provides access to educational and employment opportunities in information technology to people with disabilities. Also provides training and consulting to businesses to help them make their products and services more accessible on-line.

The ATSTAR Project
As a result of the ATSTAR program, students with disabilities and learning differences will have equal access to technology-enriched education and competitive employment.

Austin Free-Net
Austin Free-Net helps community organizations launch free Internet access sites for the public. AFN provides technical expertise, services and equipment to community organizations.

Capital Area Central Texas Unix Society

Capitol Macintosh User Group
Designed to help Austinites get more enjoyment and productivity from their Macintosh computers.

Central Texas Amiga Computing Society
A group of die-hard, gregarious Amiga enthusiasts with a wide variety of computing interests, including Internet, Games, Desktop Publishing and Word Processing, Graphics... all the usual stuff that gets Amiga fanatics buzzing.

Central Texas PC Users Group (Computer Club of Austin)
Largest group of PC afficionados in the Austin area. We have an active roster in excess of 400 hardy souls with eclectic interests running the gamut from DOS to Linux to Windows, from word processors to multimedia, from genealogy to Visual Basic.

An educational not-for-profit project focusing on Federal Internet law and policy. The project is an educational resource providing individuals with the opportunity to learn about and discuss federal laws, judicial interpretations, and regulatory developm

Her Domain of Austin
The purpose of the group in general is to provide support and networking for women who are involved with the internet or multimedia in any way, shape or form.

Internet Public Library

Knowbility promotes barrier-free Information Technology - creating greater access to I.T. opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities.

National Engineers Week
Local events for National Engineers Week are coordinated by a Steering Committee made up of individuals from local industry, educational institutions and community groups. It works year round to prepare for the events and evaluate their success.

The Robot Group
A small group of artists and engineers who shared a common vision: utilizing technology to provide and explore new mediums for art.

Society of Women Engineers Southwest Texas Section
An educational nonprofit organization of professional women engineers who support current engineers at monthly meetings with speakers and work with young girls to increase awareness for engineering careers.

Software Quality Institute
To inform and educate software producers and software users at the local, state and national levels about issues vital to the production and application of high-quality software.

TechSoup is the technology Web site just for nonprofits. Find Donated Technology Products, Articles & News, Tools & Resources, Interactive Community, and a weekly e-newsletter

The Telecommunity Resource Center Project
The TeleCommunity Resource Center (TCRC) project is a non-profit program created to advocate and help develop benefits of Internet technology for Texas communities, especially those communities in rural and underserved areas.

Texas Internet Service Providers Association
Provides accurate, timely information and join in cooperative efforts to protect their customers.

XML-Austin Users Group
Local discussion group for those interested in XML technology.

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