Inclusive Publishing – sharing knowledge to make publications accessible to all, including people with print disabilities. Find the latest definitive articles and links for the best approaches to producing, delivering and reading accessible content.
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We collaborate with various international organizations listed below, representing publishers, technology companies and people with disabilities.
Google.org supports nonprofits that innovate to address humanitarian issues. Google.org develops and invests in pursuits that can have a measurable impact on local, regional and global issues.
The Accessible Books Consortium (ABC) aims to increase the number of books worldwide in accessible formats – such as Braille, audio, and large print. The ABC is a multi-stakeholder partnership comprising WIPO, organizations that serve people with print disabilities and organizations representing publishers and authors.
The EuropeanDigitalReadingLab is an innovative non-profit organization based in Paris; this is the European headquarter of the Readium Foundation and member of the W3C. Its main objectives are to promote the adoption of the EPUB standard across Europe, dedicate resources to Readium open source software developments and help on the adoption of native accessibility practices by European publishers.
Fondazione LIA’s mission is to promote books and reading in all forms, traditional and digital, through activities of education, information, sensitization and research, guaranteeing its fundamental principles: accessibility, integration and sociability.
The DIAGRAM Center’s goal is to change the way image and graphic content for Accessible Electronic Media (AEM) is produced and accessed. The Center strives to assure that students with print disabilities are provided equal access to the curriculum. The DIAGRAM Center is a Benetech Global Literacy initiative.