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Brasil (2019). Accessibility Model in Electronic Government, Version 3.1, April 2014.
https://www.governodigital.gov.br/transformacao/cidadania/acessibilidade/emag-modelo-de-acessibilidade-em-governo-eletronico

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  • TITLE: Accessibility on the Web: Subsidies for the Creation of a New Site for a Master’s Course in Diversity and Inclusion

    AUTHORS: Ana Modestina Pereira Lafetá Cabral, Luciana Fernandes Rêgo, Cláudia Macedo, Cristina Maria Carvalho Delou, Helena Carla Castro, Neuza Rejane Wille Lima

    KEYWORDS: Assistive Technologies, Diversity, Inclusion, Blind, Deaf

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.10 No.10, October 31, 2019

    ABSTRACT: New technologies, norms, and national and international laws have been created in the last decades in order to make the websites information’s accessible for people with disabilities. Thus, based on the principle of the dignity of the human person, as well as the real need to consolidate inclusive public policies in universities, the present work had the objective of analyzing theconceptions of graduates students, university professors, and technical-administrative staff of the Professional Masters Course in Diversity and Inclusion (Curso de Mestrado Profissionalem Diversidade e Inclus?o—CMPDI) about inclusion and accessibility on the web. Two questionnaires were applied. The analysis of the conceptions of 106 participants (1stquestionnaire) guided the development of the new site focused on the needs of its users. This website was prepared following the accessibility guidelines recommended by the Electronic Government Accessibility Model (eMAG). The accessibility of the new site (2nd questionnaire) was tested by 89 participants who assign grades from 1 to 10. The approval of the new site of CMPDI(http://cmpdi.uff.br/) as greater than 80%. The new tools requested through the second questionnaire were also added to the new site. Thus, the study fulfilled its purposes.