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Acessibilidade — Polícia Federal
This study presents a study concerning web accessibility issues in Brazil to be considered for e-learning purposes. We studied users with visual disabilities and web developers. The results reveal important barriers to user access and navigation such as the understandability of information and low levels of robustness ending up with providing content that cannot be interpreted through the use of assistive technologies.
Web developers displayed beliefs in diverse myths concerning the design of web accessibility and few of them implemented the WCAG criteria impacting on the design of e-learning environments for accessibility purposes. A study about accessibility issues for users and developers: Implications and challenges for e-learning.
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Home Contact Help Sign in Email: Abstract This study presents a study concerning web accessibility issues in Brazil to be considered for e-learning purposes. Web xe displayed beliefs in diverse myths concerning the design of web accessibility and few of them implemented the WCAG criteria impacting on the design of e-learning environments for accessibility purposes Citation de Borba Campos, M.
Testability and validity of WCAG 2. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1. Web Accessibility in Mind.
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