Assist in judging credibility and authenticity of sites
This feature aids in judging the credibility of the information available in the website so that the users receive trust-worthy information.
Discussion by Disabilities
Cognitive, Language, Learning Disabilities & Low Literacy
This feature helps people with Cognitive, Language and Learning Disabilities to understand if the information they are looking at in a website is credible or not.
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- Guidelines for Website Design for all users- Maria Flood, Derek O’ Reilly
- eQuality: Web Accessibility by People With Cognitive Disabilities- Peter Blanck
- Quality comparison of websites related to developmental disabilities- Brian Reichow, Allison Shefcyk, Mary Beth Bruder
- Is Hearing Believing? Perception of Online Information Credibility by Screen Reader Users who are Blind or Visually Impaired- Sambhavi Chandrasekar