Access to Web Pages in University Libraries
An analysis of the article "The Accessibility of Web Pages for Mid-sized College and University Libraries", by Tim Spindler.
# 88623 | 1,575 words | 6 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Education (Higher) , Education (Special) , Computer and Technology (Internet) , Education (Education and Computers)
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This paper introduces, summarizes and discusses an article by Tim Spindler which looks at how difficult it is for disabled people and the learning disabled to access web pages and other academic material at mid-sized college and university libraries.
From the Paper:"The basis of this article reflects the research that has been done in relation to disabled people and their ability to navigate successfully through Internet website pages and other academic educational material in learning facilities. By understanding the various studies that were created to define how many students were suffering limitations and problems with accessing websites in learning centers or libraries, the article commonly reflects the problem of textual comprehension. Also, the issue of schools and libraries making their facilities adaptable for disabled students is a priority in understanding why Internet and visual website access is an important new tool that disabled students must be able to have access in their education. by providing studies, information, and suggestions to web designers and computer assistants at learning centers, this article seeks to understand how limitations..."
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Access to Web Pages in University Libraries (2006, December 01) Retrieved October 24, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/access-to-web-pages-in-university-libraries-88623/
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