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Commitment and achievement in accessibility

Posted by Kent Freeman on February 27, 2020

VitalSource Bookshelf 97% ASPIRE verified graphicI’m proud of VitalSource’s commitment to excellence in accessibility and the recognition our team has recently received. In September 2019, we were awarded the DAISY Consortium Award for Accessibility in Publishing. In January 2020, we were ranked the #1 publishing platform by ASPIRE with an incredible score of 97%. I’m proud of this recognition because it highlights our team’s continuous commitment to providing tools with industry-leading accessibility features.

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VitalSource’s ongoing commitment to accessibility

Posted by Saskia Watts on October 18, 2019

agreement-3489902_1920Since the conception of VitalSource, accessibility has been something we've held with utmost importance, but it's also something we know can always be improved upon.

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Choose wisely, communicate widely: How can universities work to become more accessible?

Posted by Alistair McNaught on September 17, 2019

A visualization of the internet around the world. Accessibility is about users, not standards.

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What does it mean for an eTextbook to be accessible?

Posted by Saskia Watts on September 09, 2019

Woman looking at laptop showing VitalSource Bookshelf.In the ever-changing landscapes of digital learning, accessibility, and higher education, it can seem a daunting prospect to stay on top of it all.

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What is web accessibility and why does it matter?

Posted by Saskia Watts on August 21, 2019

Laptop on a desk with coffee and cell phone. Accessibility is an issue that is becoming more and more prevalent in the modern world, with new technologies presenting new challenges. But what do we mean when we talk about this, and in particular, what do we mean by web accessibility?

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