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NEN-ISO/IEC 20016-1 states the principles, rules and metadata elements for specifying language accessibility and Human Interface Equivalents (HIEs) in e-learning environments. It is structured to be able to support the requirements of applicable jurisdictional domains and in particular that of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Many jurisdictional domains have enacted legislation17, regulations or policies that require equal access to education or information18. Like the ISO/IEC 24751-1“Framework” standard, this part of ISO/IEC 20016 is intended to support and meet the needs of learners with disabilities in a disability context. While focused on e-learning environments, this part of ISO/IEC 20016, like ISO/IEC 24751, identifies and supports generic individual accessibility requirements. The primary difference between the two “AccessForAll” ISO/IEC 24751 and ISO/IEC 20016 multipart standards is that the former focuses on the functional services view (FSV) perspective and the latter on the content operational support (COS) perspective of learners with disabilities including multilingual requirements, decision-taking and commitment-making. As such, these two sets of standards interwork to support generic individual accessibility requirements.
|Engelse titel||Information technology for learning, education and training - Language accessibility and human interface equivalencies (HIEs) in e-learning applications - Part 1: Framework and reference model for semantic interoperability|