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Re: Andrew Arch W3C working draft Web Accessibility for Older Users: A Literature Review

From: Andrew Arch <andrew@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2009 14:32:02 +0000
Message-ID: <4989A6E2.5010102@w3.org>
To: "Loos, E.F. (Eugene)" <E.F.Loos@uu.nl>
CC: public-comments-wai-age@w3.org

Hello Eugene,

I did not come across any eye-tracking with older people studies during 
the research for this project, but are aware that many general 
eye-tracking studies do exist. I would be very interested to see your 
own literature review when completed.

However, WAI hosts an Interest Group where broader issues of Web 
accessibility are discussed. I suggest that you pose your question there 
to reach a wider audience.

You can search the WAI IG mailing list archives through:

You can join the mailing list and post questions by following the 
instructions under:

Regards, Andrew
Andrew Arch
Web Accessibility and Ageing Specialist
W3C/ERCIM, Sophia Antipolis, France
Ph +33 (0)4 92 38 79 46

Loos, E.F. (Eugene) wrote:
> Hello!
> I just read the WC working draft /Web Accessibility for Older Users: A 
> Literature Review/. All this information is very useful for me as I am 
> writing a literature review navigation behaviour by elderly and younger 
> people, focussing on design. I am specifically interested in 
> *eye-tracking studies*. As a researcher at Utrecht University in the 
> Netherlands I will conduct such a study this year.
> I hope you can help me:
> Do you know references of research using eye-tracking studies in order 
> to analyse navigation behaviour by elderly and younger people? I only 
> found a publication form Tullis and Johnson & Holmes.
> Thanks a lot.
> best wishes,
> Eugene Loos
> Dr. Eugene Loos
> associate professor
> Utrecht School of Governance
> Utrecht University
> The Netherlands
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