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Document Type

Tip Sheet

Publication Date

2021-04-29

DOI

10.7191/pib.1167

Abstract

What is accessibility?

Accessibility refers to whether a product or service is usable by all regardless of disability status. Principles of accessibility are not limited to physical spaces (such as stairs or curbs) – the same principles apply to websites and public facing documents. There are guidelines to follow to make documents, web pages, presentations, products, and research findings more accessible to people with disabilities. This tip sheet offers an introduction to accessibility and will be followed by tip sheets that focus on specifics.

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Subject Area

CeKTER (Center on Knowledge Translation for Employment Research), Employment

Keywords

employment, accessibility, web accessibility, research, disability, disability employment research, Deaf, Blind, color blind, low vision, Dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, ADHD

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© 2021 University of Massachusetts Medical School.

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License
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Alexandra Murray