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eΑccessibility2020: How will the e-accessibility discipline look like by 2020?

From: Christos Kouroupetroglou <chris.kourou@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2012 22:54:11 +0300
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Dear all,

Our e-accessibility 2020 study has recently produced two documents
that may be of interest to you and for which we would welcome your
input and feedback. They are the results of a combination of
desk-research and conversations with a wide range of experts in these
domains and we are now opening up the discussion by inviting inputs
from those involved in dealing with physical, cognitive or behavioural
disabilities, active ageing, independent living and the improvement of
human performance.

The first report is on scenarios: how will the e-accessibility
discipline look like by 2020? How will people interact with systems,
services, devices and with each other by 2020? How will the European
industry and the stakeholders respond to the chances of
e-accessibility?

You can find the scenarios report on the following URL:
http://goo.gl/r57Ou

The second includes a list of tentative recommendations and can be
found on the following URL:
http://goo.gl/g4iSz

Since this list is followed by a wide range of experts in related
domains we value your opinion and we would like to hear your input and
feedback.

The e-accessibility2020 team: The best way to predict the future is to
invent it!


Regards,
Christos (on behalf of the e-accessibility2020 team)
http://www.e-accessibility2020.eu


Disclaimer: The views expressed in this report are those of the
authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the European
Commission. Neither the European Commission nor any person acting on
behalf of the Commission is responsible for the information provided
in this document.
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