The case for eAccessibility
There are several reasons why organisations should make efforts to implement eAccessibility as a strategy and activity. Here we provide resources that help make the case for eAccessibility.
Arguments for eAccessibility:
- The business case for eAccessibility - resources providing arguments and evidence for a business case for accessibility.
- Legislation and policy on eAccessibility - resources providing links to relevant legislation and policy relating to eAccessibility.
- The social argument for eAccessibility - resources demonstrating the social benefits that relate to improved digital inclusion.
Additionally, following this blog (and other initiatives) you get to know why it "is great to be an AT professional": http://ndipat.org/blog/why-being-an-assistive-technology-professional-is-great/ (external)
The current state of play in eAccessibility:
- eAccessibility surveys - find out more about surveys relating to eAccessibility. These include surveys on specific technology accessibility, resource accessibility and awareness of accessibility.
- Statistics relating to disability and use of ICT - statistics from Europe and member states on incidence of different disabilities.
The effect of adopting eAccessibility: