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Guidelines and Who Defines Them? - An eAccessibility Initiative Publication
Is your organization at the beginning of your digital accessibility journey? Understanding the digital accessibility landscape can be challenging. Navigating the many industry standards and guidelines is just one part of that. This publication will help explain how digital accessibility efforts are measured, and who establishes these standards for success.
This publication is part of a four-piece series that addresses digital accessibility language, standards, laws, and sustainable business models. This publication series compliments the Creating Accessible Digital Documents eCourses, which cover the actual process of producing accessible digital documents.
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