Accessibility 2.0: people, policies and processes

  title={Accessibility 2.0: people, policies and processes},
  author={Brian Kelly and David Sloan and Stephen Brown and Jane Seale and Helen Petrie and Patrick Lauke and Simon Ball},
The work of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) is described in a set of technical guidelines designed to maximise accessibility to digital resources. Further activities continue to focus on technical developments, with current discussions exploring the potential merits of use of Semantic Web and Web 2.0 approaches. In this paper we argue that the focus on technologies can be counter-productive. Rather than seeking to enhance accessibility through technical innovations, the authors argue… CONTINUE READING
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