Accessible Publishing: Best Practice Guidelines for Publishers

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These guidelines provide background, allow you to explore your options and help you to manage many of the issues that you may encounter as you strive to make your products more accessible. There are experts in the field for you to work with and who will assist in the production of accessible content. All of these options are explained to give you a complete understanding of all the routes to accessibility available to you. We recommend that you make use of the Glossary at the back which is designed to help you navigate your way through this publication and accessibility issues in general. The Further Resources section provides information and links to other associations and project groups that will be able to provide greater direction.

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Category: 

Document type: 

Guideline

IBIC classification: 

YXK - Personal & social issues: disability & special needs (Children's / Teenage)
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Bibliographic data

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Publisher: 

World Intellectual Property Organization

Retrieved: 

22/02/2017

Year: 

2013/05/04

First edition: 

2011/04

Pages: 

62

Language: 

English
Other languages
Additional Information

Source: 

AT Observatory