- EPUB 3.1 and New Accessibility Spec: Now Proposed Specification
- BISG Quick Start Guide To Accessible Publishing
Digital technologies are bringing positive changes, but Inclusive Publishing is still in its infancy in many countries.
Less than 10% of published information in the world is available in formats accessible to people with print disabilities.
At the same time, much has been learned about developing semantically rich content that can be read and navigated by anyone with a print disability. Accessible publications provide print-disabled users with a wealth of material which they have never had access to before.
To assist digital publishing communities, we will be building the online Inclusive Publishing Hub – a central place where publishing practitioners, accessibility experts, educators, and developers are welcome to share knowledge, get help, learn and connect. We are gathering ideas and comments so that we can launch an accessible website by the end of 2016.
We’ll include broader information on the best approaches to delivering accessible content in coordination with other international organizations representing Publishers and people with disabilities.
By collaborating and pooling resources, we can change the world.
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