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  • Abstract - MediaLT
    and developing accessible and usable Web sites and will be meaningful in all Research and Development projects focusing on Web technology The main goal of this project is to define demands for user qualifications to utilize WCAG 2 0 Web sites and to use the definition to develop a framework to teach and test required user skills The two user groups in focus are blind and severely visually impaired users and users with cognitive and learning impairments The definition of demands for user qualifications will be based on cooperation with disabled users and on the extensive experience MediaLT has from other research and development projects in the field of IT and the disabled from our comprehensive training activities and experience with Web site development and evaluation Literature and online searches will be carried out to assimilate knowledge of user demands Feedback from national and international centres of expertise will be important in the development and evaluation of the definition On the basis of the evaluation of the definition and pilot training courses the project group will discuss how the definition can best be applied in future training to improve user skills and in the development process for WCAG 2 0 Web sites During these discussions it will be determined whether a main project is appropriate Tips noen om siden Del på Facebook Del på Twitter Del på e post Undermeny Bok om uu og web Eplekjekt IL kurs FRES FrEmtidens Synstolking Bok om uu og dokumenter Jobbklar SETT Synstolk nETT UNIFILM Universelt utformet film Avsluttede prosjekter Synshemmede voksne og elektroniske interaktive pekebøker Datakortet og ECDL PD Øyetelefonen Kurs i interessemedvirkning Spillehula Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific

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  • Project group - MediaLT
    DIFI Definition of demands for user qualifications Bernt Nilsen Datakortet Definition of demands for user qualifications syllabus and pilot training course Tor Ulland Special Education Centre Huseby Definition of demands for user qualifications syllabus for pilot training course and implementation of the training course Kari Anne Flaa Norwegian Association for the Blind and Partially Sighted Definition of demands for user qualifications Vibeke Seim Haugen The Norwegian Association for the Mentally Disabled Definition of demands for user qualifications Tips noen om siden Del på Facebook Del på Twitter Del på e post Undermeny Bok om uu og web Eplekjekt IL kurs FRES FrEmtidens Synstolking Bok om uu og dokumenter Jobbklar SETT Synstolk nETT UNIFILM Universelt utformet film Avsluttede prosjekter Synshemmede voksne og elektroniske interaktive pekebøker Datakortet og ECDL PD Øyetelefonen Kurs i interessemedvirkning Spillehula Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific education for people with visual disabilities Universelt utformet interaktivt læremateriell UTIN HEM web Lydtekst PIKT Parkinsons IKT utfordringer Tilgjengelig Web Publisering TWP MIKT Modul i IKT og tilgjengelighet PIPPI Eurochance2 Film mellom ørene Ressursnettverket Universell IKT Universal User

    Original URL path: http://www.medialt.no/project-group/735.aspx (2014-09-28)
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  • Blogg - MediaLT
    01 2010 Workshop visually impaired 03 02 2010 KOGNETT veileder publisert http iktforalle no veileder hele html 09 02 2010 Final screen magnifier and screen reader user qualification demands are published online 09 02 2010 http medialt no news dette boer synshemmede kunne om surfing 664 aspx 10 02 2010 Invitasjon til pilotkurs synshemmede http medialt no news invitasjon til pilotkurs i effektiv internettbruk 666 aspx 16 02 2010 Workshop kognitive og lærevansker Tips noen om siden Del på Facebook Del på Twitter Del på e post Undermeny Bok om uu og web Eplekjekt IL kurs FRES FrEmtidens Synstolking Bok om uu og dokumenter Jobbklar SETT Synstolk nETT UNIFILM Universelt utformet film Avsluttede prosjekter Synshemmede voksne og elektroniske interaktive pekebøker Datakortet og ECDL PD Øyetelefonen Kurs i interessemedvirkning Spillehula Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific education for people with visual disabilities Universelt utformet interaktivt læremateriell UTIN HEM web Lydtekst PIKT Parkinsons IKT utfordringer Tilgjengelig Web Publisering TWP MIKT Modul i IKT og tilgjengelighet PIPPI Eurochance2 Film mellom ørene Ressursnettverket Universell IKT Universal User Competence UUC Abstract Project

    Original URL path: http://www.medialt.no/blogg/736.aspx (2014-09-28)
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  • Documents - MediaLT
    Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific education for people with visual disabilities Universelt utformet interaktivt læremateriell UTIN HEM web Lydtekst PIKT Parkinsons IKT utfordringer Tilgjengelig Web Publisering TWP MIKT Modul i IKT og tilgjengelighet PIPPI Eurochance2 Film mellom ørene Ressursnettverket Universell IKT Universal User Competence UUC Abstract

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  • Demands for screen reader user qualifications - MediaLT
    a highly skilled Braille user In most screen readers accurate perception of synthetic speech is required for a blind user to be able to obtain the necessary information from the web page Examples of this are Hearing the word link visited link same page link etc when a link is encountered Hearing that the virtual cursor is on a form field and the control type edit checkbox etc Hearing heading level mouse over etc Braille users should therefore also be able to use and understand synthetic speech The user needs to know the following most basic speech commands Read current line Read from cursor Read page title and status line Change language Persons with a severe hearing disability are perhaps not able to use synthetic speech Deaf dump and hearing impaired should know how to get information through screen readers although not being able to hear the synthetic speech 3 3 Moving the virtual cursor and selecting text Because synthetic speech and Braille displays can read show a very limited amount of text at a time it is important for the user to know the basic cursor movement keys such as Go to Next previous character Next previous word Next previous line Next previous paragraph Beginning end of page It is also important for the user to be able to select and copy text Often selecting text is similar to moving the cursor with an additional modifier key e g shift The users should know how to Select next previous character Select next previous word Select next previous line Select next previous paragraph Select all 3 4 Using links A blind user must understand how links visually displayed by color formatting underlining etc are presented by the screen reader Often links are displayed on their own line when reading with the virtual cursor The links are typically announced as link visited link link graphic and so on some screen readers show this in Braille as well others don t On a web page which is not familiar the user may move through the links by pressing Tab for the next link or Shift Tab for the previous link as these commands cycle through all links This is very time consuming on a large page The user should therefore also be able to select links using the link list functionality found in most screen readers and or browsers Selecting links using initial letter s is the most important link selection feature Selecting visited links is also a basic operation the user should know The user should be able to Tab to next previous link Select links using initial letter s Select visited links Move to the next block of text which is not a link 3 5 Navigate by headings Accessible and usable web pages normally include HTML headings h tags Research shows that navigation by headings is the technique most preferred by screen reader users The user should be able to Move to the next previous heading Show list of

    Original URL path: http://www.medialt.no/demands-for-screen-reader-user-qualifications/827.aspx (2014-09-28)
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  • Demands for screen magnifier user qualifications - MediaLT
    knowledge of specific screen magnifier functions and their shortcut keys to be able to use the Web effectively 3 1 Using shortcut keys Page navigation is more effective when shortcut keys are used Keystrokes should be used to Scroll left right up and down Move to the beginning end of the page Move to the previous page Use the internal search function Use the mouse to focus function 3 2 Zoom in out The zoom in function is used to increase magnification to a sufficient level to allow the user to read text content Zoom out does the opposite reducing magnification to get an overview of page content This functionality is particularly relevant for users requiring lower magnification levels The magnification level may also vary during the day for example increased fatigue may necessitate higher magnification towards the end of a working day The user should be able to use shortcut keys to Increase decrease the zoom level Turn on off the zoom function 3 3 Panning Panning allows much smoother page movement than moving around the page using the mouse At higher magnification levels a user will typically start at the top left corner of the page and pan left and right and up and down so moving across and down the page The user should be able to use the shortcut keys to Pan screen left right up and down Move the zoom window to the top bottom left and right side of the page Increase decrease panning speed Stop panning 3 4 Color schemes and mouse enhancement It is useful to be able to set up a customized color scheme which changes the color presentation of the page and allows many users to reduce magnification considerably for many web pages The color scheme can be switched off if it is not suitable for the color contrast used on a particular page and when looking at photos graphics Most screen magnifiers allow the user to customize the appearance of the mouse pointer and to use mouse locators to guide the user to the mouse pointer The pointer enhancement can be switched off if covers text making it difficult to read The user should be able to Toggle the color scheme on off Toggle the pointer enhancement on off 3 5 Links On a web page which is not familiar the user may move through the links by pressing Tab for the next link or Shift Tab for the previous link as these commands cycle through all links This is very time consuming on a large page The user should therefore also be able to select links using the links list functionality found in most screen magnifiers This function is particularly useful to locate links on the right hand side of the page which can be hard to find using the mouse or by panning The user should be able to Tab to next previous link Selecting links using the links list Be able to make use of visited

    Original URL path: http://www.medialt.no/demands-for-screen-magnifier-user-qualifications/832.aspx (2014-09-28)
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  • Links/references - MediaLT
    Datakortet og ECDL PD Øyetelefonen Kurs i interessemedvirkning Spillehula Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific education for people with visual disabilities Universelt utformet interaktivt læremateriell UTIN HEM web Lydtekst PIKT Parkinsons IKT utfordringer Tilgjengelig Web Publisering TWP MIKT Modul i IKT og tilgjengelighet PIPPI Eurochance2 Film mellom

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  • Visually impaired - MediaLT
    Online Accessibility Program Stanford University 2001 To derive the usability guidelines in this report we conducted a series of usability tests of several different websites In total 104 people participated in the evaluations including 84 users with disabilities and 20 users without disabilities who served as a control group We conducted a qualitative study with 44 users including 31 in the United States and 13 in Japan Of these users 35 had visual impairments and 9 had motor skill impairments The web sites included corporate high tech government e commerce and nonprofit sites We also conducted a quantitative study in the U S to measure the magnitude of usability problems for users with disabilities compared to non disabled users The quantitative study had 60 participants including 20 users with low vision 20 users with no vision and a control group of 20 sighted users http soap stanford edu show php contentid 85 ICT related skills and needs of blind and visually impaired people Carolina van Puffelen University of Twente Dpt of Technical Professional Communication The Netherlandsm c j vanpuffelen utwente nl This study focuses on the relationship between the ICT related training offered to blind and visually impaired people and their actual self reported and demonstrated competencies for online activities and information processing The findings of the study can shed light on how people with severe visual disabilities are prepared to access the web for educational institutional and social participation The study also gives insight in the validity of instruments to measure ICT linked skills for the target group and creates an empirical foundation forimprovements of ICT related training The first phase of the study investigated how blindand visually impaired people perceive their participation in society through ICT Anextensive interview showed how this audience perceives the frequency and quality of

    Original URL path: http://www.medialt.no/visually-impaired/763.aspx (2014-09-28)
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