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Accessibility for Learner Information Profile
Equivalences: AccLIP
Used by: IMS General
Contributed by: Sharon Perry Wilbert Kraan

The IMS AccLIP Specification provides a means of describing preferences so that learners can interact with an e-learning system regardless of disability, hardware or environment.

The IMS AccLIP Specification provides a means of describing preferences so that learners can interact with an e-learning system regardless of disability, hardware or environment. These preferences are based on those parts of a computer system (hardware and software) that can be adjusted to improve accessibility, rather than on type of disability. It concentrates on the display, control and selection of learning content, so that learners with alternative content or interface requirements can be supported.

See also:
Accessibility
Learner Information
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LIP

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