Cognitive Web Accessibility: Readability 2018

Published in 2018, these resources are original studies, literature reviews and/or related articles that cite references.

  • How Captions and Transcripts Help Students with Dyslexia
    "Closed captioning and transcripts are among the tools that have been found to be very useful for alleviating difficulties with reading, spelling, writing, comprehension, and focus."
  • European Standards for Making Information Easy to Read and Understand
    "Make your information accessible! Having information is important for people with intellectual disabilities. To learn new things. To take part in society. To know their rights and stand up for them. To decide and make their own choices. People with intellectual disabilities have the right to get information that is easy to read and understand."

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