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Building Accessible Educational Web Sites: The Law, Standards, Guidelines, Tools, and Lessons Learned
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Abstract

Professional education is increasingly facing accessibility challenges with the emergence of webbased learning. This paper summarizes related U.S. legislation, standards, guidelines, and validation tools to make web-based learning accessible for all potential learners. We also present lessons learned during the implementation of web accessibility within an educational digital library tool called the Instructional Architect.

Citation

Liu, Y., Palmer, B. & Recker, M. (2005). Building Accessible Educational Web Sites: The Law, Standards, Guidelines, Tools, and Lessons Learned. Presented at Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Meeting 2005. Retrieved November 17, 2019 from .

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