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Proposed accessibility questions for Core Data survey
Well done. I'm hopeful that this will start a few conversations and elevate this issue going forward as a higher priority with higher-ed IT.
Since vendor products, if not the biggest problem in general for accessibility, tend to be the hardest to remediate, I'll suggest adding something in the first set of (to what extent …) questions:
a. Requiring procurement and other IT sourcing personnel to be cognizant of accessibility issues and their legal implications.
Also, the first one, "Do not have an web accessibility policy", s/b 'a' rather than 'an.'
Robert J Crisler
Director, Internet and Interactive Media
a partnership of University Communications and Information Services at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
17 Wick Alumni Center
Lincoln, NE 68588-0218
On Jan 25, 2013, at 11:37 AM, Christian Vinten-Johansen <v23@PSU.EDU>
Comments on the proposed EDUCAUSE accessibility survey:
3a. Typo in question - "compliance with of Section 504"; I don't think
you want to ask specifically about Section 508, particularly after Q
1, "What standards or guidelines is your web accessibility policy
The survey is very good, and should provide useful and interesting results.