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    Accessibility - AccessiQ
    Access iQ provides individuals and organisations with the information they need to ensure their websites, web applications and digital experiences are accessible. Including an online captioning starte...
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    Accessibility 2.0: people, policies and processes
    In this paper the argument is that the focus on technologies can be counter-productive. Rather than seeking to enhance accessibility through technical innovations, the authors argue that the priority ...
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    Accessibility of University Web sites
    In this follow-up study of the accessibility of Australian university web sites, Dey Alexander from Monash, found that 100 percent of sites failed to comply with basic accessibility standards, as requ...
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    Accessibility Videos
    DoIT (Division of Information Technology, University of Wisconsin-Madison) has produced three online videos: Introduction to the Screen Reader, Screen Magnification and the Web, Screen Readers and the...
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    Accessibility: What can be done to improve the accessibility of computers?
    Microsoft Windows has a number of accessibility features such as sticky keys.  Refer to: Windows Help section under accessibility Microsoft’s accessibility site  Screen reader ...
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    AHRC: World Wide Web Access - DDA Advisory Notes
    The information on this AHRC site page will assist people and organisations involved in developing or modifying Worldwide Web pages, by making clearer what the requirements of the DDA are in this area...
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    Association for the Blind WA:
    Providing information about blindness, access issues, advocacy, Braille, employment and education, mobility and transport as well as links to other sites.
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    Australian Flexible Learning Framework
    The National VET E-learning Strategy aims to provide useful information, tools and support to help you plan, design, deliver and evaluate e-learning activities in vocational education and training.Thr...
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    Building Accessible Curriculum and Courseware Tools - Education Beyond the Campus
    This paper summarises several research projects and tools currently on the market, identifying utilities and techniques that facilitate development of accessible online learning materials. (Canada - ...
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    ChromeVox - screen reader
    ChromeVox is a screen reader for Chrome which brings the speed, versatility, and security of Chrome to visually impaired users. Also, Version 1.27 now supports the reading of mathematical content foun...
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    Constructing a POUR Website
    POUR stands for Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust - recently WebAIM hosted a live webcast on this topic of the next generation of Web accessibility, in which principles—rather than te...
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    Designing Accessible Student Support Materials (Research Proposal) [ pdf: 469 KB ]
    'Designing Accessible Student Support Materials & Instructional Media' is a paper that examines some of the techniques and technologies that are available to ensure education content and delivery medi...
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    Effective Colour Contrast - Designing for People with Partial Sight and Colour Deficiencies
    Guidelines for making effective colour choices in print and on the Web that work for nearly everyone. To understand them best, you need to understand the three perceptual attributes of colour: hue, li...
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    Evaluating Web Sites for Accessibility
    "Evaluating Web Sites for Accessibility" is a multi-page resource suite that outlines different approaches for evaluating Web sites for accessibility.
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    Google: Accessible Web Search for the Visually Impaired
    Accessible Search a Google Labs product designed to identify and prioritize search results that are more easily usable by blind and visually impaired users. Regular Google search helps you find a set ...
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    Guidelines for Accessible and Usable Web Sites: Observing Users
    The main focus in 'Guidelines for Accessible and Usable Web Sites: Observing Users Who Work With Screen Readers' was understanding how blind users work with Web sites and what that means for designers...
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    Guidelines for Accessible Online Courses [ doc: 603 KB ]
    The purpose of this 2005 study was to investigate means of making Higher Education inclusive and accessible to people with disabilities through the use of educational technology. These guidelines have...
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    Guidelines for making the Web accessible to all
    Creating accessible web sites should be an integral part of the design philosophy of web developers with accessibility features incorporated into all aspects of the design process.  The W3C guide...
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    HISoftware- Cynthia Says - web page accessibility validation
    The HiSoftware Cynthia Says is a web content accessibility validation solution,designed to identify errors in content related to WCAG guidelines. This online test only validates one page at a time.
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    How to Meet WCAG 2.0
    This resource lists all of the requirements (called "success criteria") from Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. It also lists techniques to meet the requirements, which link to more deta...
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    MathML
    This site on Mathematical Markup Language aims to help people understand the way to produce accessible web resources. It offers examples of how to do web development so the product is accessible to ev...
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    Microsoft Accessibility Website
    Information on; accessibility features in Microsoft products and assistive technology products for Windows
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    OZeWAI - Australian Web Adaptability Initiative
    The OZeWAI was created as a venue for sharing information about the web content adaptability conferences in Australia.
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    Steppingstones Project on Web Accessibility and Cognitive Disabilities in Education
    The Steppingstones project is focusing on producing a tool intended to help Web developers create web content that can more readily be used by those with cognitive and learning disabilities.
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    Survey of Preferences of Screen Readers Users (2012)
    In May 2012, WebAIM conducted a survey of preferences of screen reader users. We received 1782 valid responses to this survey. This was a follow-up survey to the original WebAIM Screen Reader User Sur...
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