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"National Tourist Organisations in Europe: Online Accessibility Benchmarking Report, 2011"

In 2011 ENAT made the first survey of the accessibility of 39 European National Tourist Organisations' websites. "Web accessibility" refers to the design and technical features of websites that determine whether people with physical or sensory impairments can actually read and use the site. A second survey has examined whether these websites provide accessibility information for disabled visitors, seniors and others with particular access requirements - and if so, what kinds of information they offer.

A slide presentation showing some of the survey results can be downloaded from the following link:

ENAT - NTOs Online Accessibility Benchmarking Report 2011

 


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05/09/2012 Scandic Hotels' Accessibility 110 Point Standard

Everyone is welcome at Scandic! We understand that every disability is different. The same is also true of our hotels, and we have implemented smart design in our rooms available for people who have a disability. When you choose to stay with Scandic, you should enjoy the same Scandic standards for accessibility. That's why we have implemented and are continuously improving a common accessibility programme that all our hotels use.  

19/02/2012 Access - Improving the Accessibility of Historic Buildings and Places

The purpose of this guidance is to advise those who own, manage or care for buildings and places of architectural heritage significance on the options available to them to improve accessibility. It also provides guidance and information for anyone with an interest or involvement in issues surrounding the accessibility of historic buildings and places.  

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