Web Accessibility Initiative
(WAI) - part of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an organization which
sets standards for the Web and is committed to universal access. The site
contains guidelines, techniques, training resources, and other information
about the details of Web accessibility.
Webaim.org - Web Accessibility
in Mind, Utah State University - General information, how-to's, and resources
on Web accessibility.
Extensible Markup Language
(XML) - from the World Wide Web Consortium. By providing a formal structure
for documents and data on the Web, XML is making Web content better organized
and more understandable by the browser.
HELP Read - Free application
that reads Web pages and other text aloud.
Metadata - from
the World Wide Web Consortium. Simple additions to HTML code can help people
(and search engines) find your Web site.
AccessAdobe - Adobe's
Portable Document Format (PDF) is one of the most popular formats used to
post documents on the Web. PDF files are viewed via the free Acrobat plug-in.
Adobe is working to help authors make PDF files accessible.
This tool is a powerful (free) text editor for coding, formatting, and validating
HTML and other languages. It has built-in help, preview, and publishing features.
Let it point out errors and suggest improvements to your HTML code.
National Library Service,
part of the Library of Congress, administers a free library program of Braille
and audio materials (audio cassettes) circulated to eligible borrowers in
the United States. A Digital Talking Book (DTB) Standard is now under development.