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<span style="font-size:larger"><span style="font-family: tahoma,geneva,sans-serif">[https://www.section508.gov/508survey2010/2010-Survey-all-sections.pdf Department of Justice Section 508 Survey Questions FY 2010]</span></span>
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Revision as of 22:09, 4 June 2013

About

Several standards groups, including W3C, have developed guidelines and implementation models to aid organizations that are working towards organizational accessibility.The National Center on Disability and Access to Education, NCDAE, working with groups such as WebAIM and theSouthern Regional Education Board, has also established recommended best practices, developed an action paper, and benchmarking and planning tools to assist organizations in developing accessibility plans.

Principles

W3C includes the following considerations for the planning process:

  • Establish Responsibilities
  • Conduct Initial Assessment
  • Develop Organizational Policy
  • Select Software
  • Provide Training
  • Develop Accessible Website
  • Promote Organizational Awareness
  • Monitor Website Accessibility

Recommended practice resources fromNCDAE GOALS Projectinclude four indicators, each with a number of specific support resources:

  • Indicator #1: Institutional Vision and Leadership Commitment
  • Indicator #2: Planning and Implementation
  • Indicator #3: Resources and Support
  • Indicator #4: Assessment

Resources

W3C Implementation Plans

Gaining Online Accessible Learning through Self-Study (GOALS)

Cornell University Web Accessibility Policy

Cornell University Web Accessibility Entire Policy Pdf


Department of Justice Section 508 Survey Questions FY 2010

Recommendations