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From: Athol J Gow
Date: Thu, Mar 30 2017 9:18AM
Subject: Best practice for presenting an accessible annotated document on the web
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Dear list members,

Has anyone given some thought to how best to create an accessible, web-based demonstration document that contains edits and annotations?


Examples that come to mind are online documents that graphically depict the requirements of different document formatting and style guides. The following MLA style support webpage contains a number of these pages:

http://thewritedirection.net/drpaper/help-mac/m05-08-mlastyle.htm


Other types of demonstration documents could depict grammatical corrections, etc. If anyone is aware of an institution that is doing a good job in creating online annotated documents that work for both sighted and for screen reader users, I'd really appreciate if you could share some links.


Thanks very much,

Athol Gow


Athol J. Gow

Manager, Library Accessibility Services

University of Guelph Library

50 Stone Rd.,
Guelph, Ontario
N1G 2W1
Canada
Phone: 519-824-4120 ext. 52312