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Improving web accessibility: a study of webmaster perceptions

From: Joe Clark <joeclark@joeclark.org>
Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2004 12:08:13 -0400
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To: WAI-IG <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>

Via <http://anitrapavka.com/weblog/2004/03.html#31>:

<http://www.apa.org/divisions/div21/MemberActivities/chb2004/jl.pdf>

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>Improving web accessibility: a study of
>
>webmaster perceptions
>
>    For question 5, ''Are you aware that there are software tools that can
>    check your
>
>    web site to see if it is accessible, and provide useful feedback?'',
>    138 respondents
>
>    (78.9%) were familiar with the availability of software tools, 28
>    respondents (16.0%)
>
>    were not familiar with software tools, and five respondents (2.9%)
>    were not sure.
>
>    Please note that three respondents did not respond to this question.
>
>    For question 6, ``Have you ever used a free web-based accessibility
>    tool, e.g.
>
>    Bobby?'', 121 respondents (69.1%) indicated that they had used free
>    web-based
>
>    tools, 50 (28.6%) respondents indicated that they had not, and one
>    respondent
>
>    (0.5%) was not sure. Please note that three respondents did not
>    respond to this
>
>    question.


Also, a mere THREE people out of 175 had ever heard of ATAG or UAAG.


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