SV: Seeking example of quality alt text in STEM book


Sorry to ask a silly question but I was wondering what what it was that NASA got right. That is why you think it is good.  It is possible to quantify, explain what you liked?

The reason I would like to know is for improving


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Sendt: 12. april 2016 20:42
Til: Gies, Edward M. (ELS-DAY)
Emne: Re: Seeking example of quality alt text in STEM book

I have to agree NASA has gotten "it" probably as good or better than any
gov agency and most others.  maybe it is the standards that the agency
sets or the quality of their folks but it certainly is among the best


On Tue, 12 Apr 2016, Gies, Edward M. (ELS-DAY) wrote:

> Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2016 18:26:55 +0000
> From: "Gies, Edward M. (ELS-DAY)" <>
> To: "" <>
> Subject: Seeking example of quality alt text in STEM book
> Resent-Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2016 18:27:28 +0000
> Resent-From:
> [Please share freely]
> Colleagues,
> Is anyone aware of a shining example of quality alt text on images within a STEM/science book or website?
> Even more helpful would be an example of a health sciences E book with well-crafted alt text.
> So far I've seen some nice examples of alt text within articles and separately in a CK-12 Biology I EPUB in Bookshare.
> Still, examples seem to be quite limited and I'm looking for popcorn type abundance!
> Ted

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