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DA4You web accessibility seminar January 18th. 2021.

The DA4You seminar Web Accessibility – Equal Opportunities On the Web is now viewable as Video-on-Demand (VoD). Keynote speakers from Mediehuset, Funka and….

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Funka are in the middle of an exciting EU-funded research project aiming to get authoring tools to better support web authors to create….

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The DA4You project has identified a need for more resources and tailored guidance on digital accessibility for educators. Therefore, this guide….

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In the DA4You project, the right to digital accessibility is the basis for participation. Legislation may seem boring and difficult, but….

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The toolkit describes the different sectors needed for successful accessibility, assistive technology based on user needs and what kind of….

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The University of East Anglia team of the DA4YOU project has contributed with an article to a special issue of….

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National Award 2018 for PPL Students

The award-winning SAAM project, led by Carlos de Pablos-Ortega, a member of the UEA DA4YOU project team, provides audiovisual materials with….

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On June 7 the European Commission finally published the European Accessibility Act. It covers certain products and services in parts….

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Together with key players in Sweden and IAAP Nordic, Funka examines the possibilities for a college level training with the….

Read more Users as experts on accessibility