Instructional Software Accessibility: A Status Report
Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 17, Number 1, ISSN 0162-6434
This status report on instructional software accessibility for individuals with disabilities notes current initiatives to further instructional technology accessibility and reports on a survey of 19 major companies producing instructional software. Only two responses reflected awareness of accessibility considerations and all the remaining reported no company efforts to address accessibility in product development and marketing. (DB)
Golden, D.C. (2002). Instructional Software Accessibility: A Status Report. Journal of Special Education Technology, 17(1), 57-60.
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