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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Evaluating Accessibility When Software Evolves
Author: Letizio C.C.
Tanaka E.H.
Abstract: Given its wide audience, educational software should be accessible and useable for everyone, although many of them are not. Therefore, accessibility of educational software is expected to improve whenever a newer version is released. However, there are not enough data to confirm this expectation. In order to provide a few more information about this subject, this paper presents some of the findings from the accessibility evaluations done in two versions of TelEduc, a Learning Management System widely adopted in Brazilian universities. It was possible to verify that the latest TelEduc version, even with a smaller number of violated accessibility checkpoints than the previous one, presents new accessibility barriers.© 2012 IADIS.
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 2012
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