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Renarration for All

  title={Renarration for All},
  author={T. B. Dinesh and Suzan {\"U}sk{\"u}darli},
The accessibility of content for all has been a key goal of the Web since its conception. However, true accessibility -- access to relevant content in the global context -- has been elusive for reasons that extend beyond physical accessibility issues. Among them are the spoken languages, literacy levels, expertise, and culture. These issues are highly significant, since information may not reach those who are the most in need of it. For example, the minimum wage laws that are published in… Expand


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