The eAccess+ thematic network aims to establish and systematically develop a cooperative platform for co-ordinating, supporting and improving the implementation of eAccessibility throughout Europe.
eAccess+ aims at establishing and systematically developing a cooperative platform for co-ordinating, supporting and improving the implementation of eAccessibility throughout Europe. By involving all stakeholder groups it will analyse the state of the art and in particular the obstacles or missing links hindering a boarder uptake of eAccessibility. The network will first identify and consult all relevant stakeholder groups, analyse and discuss with them the state of the art, support stakeholders in working on key issues to foster eAccessibility and disseminate experiences and knowledge all over Europe. Finally a roadmap should help to find appropriate future actions to support eAccessibility.
The e-accessibility platform
eAccess+ is developing a ‘Hub for eaccesssibility’, i.e. a platform where a wealth of information on eaccesssibility is gathered. You can access to the hub here: hub.eaccessplus.eu
- Web Accessibility
- Accessible Digital Television
- Self-service terminals (SSTs) and devices for banking and financial services, public transport, tourism and cultural heritage, e-government
- Accessible documents
A wide range of topics related to eaccessibility is covered by the eaccess+ Hub:
- Accessibility of documents
- Banking and Finance
- Cultural Heritage
- Total conversation
eAccess+ is driven by 25 core members, coming from all over Europe. It is their core task to involve all stakeholder groups at national level and to expand the network by a group of Associated Partners.
Follow the eaccess+ Network
- Visit the eaccess+ website: www.eaccessplus.eu
- Follow eaccess+ on Twitter
- Follow eaccess+ on LinkedIn
- Come and get involved!
Project number: 250568
Project acronym: eAccess+
Project full title: eACCESS+: the eAccessibility Network
Starting date: 1 September 2010
Duration: 36 months
Eaccess+ is partially funded by the Programme ICT-PSP (Information and Communication Technology – Policy Support Programme) of the European Commission as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme. Funding Scheme: CIP-Thematic Network