Enhancing Accessibility to Information Systems by Dynamic User Interfaces

Enhancing Accessibility to Information Systems by Dynamic User Interfaces

Stefan Richter (Institute for Software Systems in Business, Environment and Administration, Germany), Norbert Kuhn (Institute for Software Systems in Business, Environment and Administration, Germany), Stefan Naumann (Institute for Software Systems in Business, Environment and Administration, Germany) and Michael Schmidt (Institute for Software Systems in Business, Environment and Administration, Germany)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-497-4.ch007

Abstract

It exploits standard document formats based on XML and web service technology to achieve independency from software and hardware platforms. This is also helpful for conventional governmental processes because people within the group of interest stated above often also have problems to access non-digitized information, for instance when they have to read announcements within public administration offices.
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Background

Regarding accessibility to e-Government processes, at first it has to consider the processes that already occur in general. In this aspect, authors explained three main E-Government scenarios in this section showing the diversity of the integration of IT in public authorities. Thereafter, they describe how these scenarios are related to accessibility issues.

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