Solving Accessibility and Other Problems in School and Classroom Web Sites
Rural Special Education Quarterly Volume 20, Number 4, ISSN 8756-8705
As the Internet and the World Wide Web grow, more teachers are authoring school Web pages. Such pages have particular potential for use in rural areas by special educators, but their quality is often poor. All Web pages should be accessible for people with disabilities. Solutions to common accessibility and other problems are described. (Contains 19 references.) (TD)
Maddux, C.D. (2001). Solving Accessibility and Other Problems in School and Classroom Web Sites. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 20(4), 11-18.
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