Dspace has many possibilities when the subject is accessibility. I suggest you to access Griffith University's institutional repository (http://www98.griffith.edu.au/dspace) to see their accessibility options.

We used similar options here in Tribunal Superior do Trabalho -  Brazil. 


Tribunal Superior do Trabalho

Digital Library

--- Em seg, 28/12/09, Janice de Oliveira E Silva Silveira <janice.silveira@camara.gov.br> escreveu:

De: Janice de Oliveira E Silva Silveira <janice.silveira@camara.gov.br>
Assunto: [Dspace-tech] Dspace and accessibility W3C
Para: dspace-tech@lists.sourceforge.net, dspace-general-request@mit.edu
Data: Segunda-feira, 28 de Dezembro de 2009, 15:50

Hi everybody,

I would like to know if  the 1.5.1 xmlui version of DSpace is compliant to the W3C specifications for
web accessibility (people with disabilities, etc.), and, if so, at which
level of accessibilty (A, AA, AAA).

Many thanks.

Janice Silveira
Brazilian Chamber of Deputies
Digital Library
Tel: 55 61 3216-5668


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