Making Yourself at Home — Portable Personal Access Preferences
Whether using a public workstation, or engaging in an on-line learning environment, computer systems should fit the individual preferences and requirements of the user, especially if the user requires an alternative access system. An international effort is underway to create a common specification for expressing personal preferences for all systems affecting the user interface and content retrieval. The ATRC of the University of Toronto has created the first models or implementations of this common specification.
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- 1.IMS Global Learning Consortium, http://www.imsproject.org.
- 2.Web4All Project, http://www.utoronto.ca/atrc/rd/smartcard/index.html.
- 3.Industry Canada, http://web-4-all.ca.
- 4.Barrierfree Project, http://barrierfree.ca
- 5.uPortal http://www.ja-sig.org/.