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Website accessibility in Western Australian public libraries

Conway, Vivienne,

Academic Literature


The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has established international standards for website accessibility which attempt to ensure that everyone has the same opportunities to use materials published on the World Wide Web (Web). This article provides a summation of the research conducted into the accessibility of public library websites in Western Australia. A discussion is provided of the website audit methods used and results obtained. The research demonstrates the level of compliance with Australian and International standards as well as results of surveys used to determine the perceived willingness to comply with those standards, barriers to compliance and benefits of an accessible website.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : The Australian Library Journal

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Community and civic participation, Transport and communication

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