Education on eAccessibility
Education is an important aspect of improving:
- awareness of the importance of eAccessibility, and
- skills in developing ICTs with accessibility in mind
eAccessibility education can take place as part of more general ICT-related education programmes, such as computing science and digital media design; it can also take place as a specialist subject. eAccessibility can be taught at different levels - in secondary or tertiary education, or as part of training/professional development programmes.
There are also several online training resources on eAccessibility, from free training material to courses delivered online for a cost.
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