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Part 3: Designing for Accessibility

The last chapter pointed out how a user-centered ethos can help build accessibility into a scholarly communication initiative. This chapter delves into more specifics than the last, showing how a user-centered ethos can guide each stage of project management. Accessibility considerations should inform every part of your work including:


  • Goal-setting
  • Platform/tool selection
  • Staffing
  • Collaborations and outreach
  • Dissemination of project outputs
  • Assessments


We’ll return to several of these later in this book but for now, the following case studies demonstrate the full scope of designing for accessibility from beginning to end of a project.


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Part 3: Designing for Accessibility by Talea Anderson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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