Net Lessons: Web-Based Projects For Your Classroom, Laura Parker Roerden, 1997, Songline Studios, Inc. and O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., Sebastopol, CA
Second Beginner's Guide to Personal Computers for the Blind, Diane L. Croft (Editor), National Braille Press, l997
A well-organized primer, this book presents an excellent summary of the problems blind individuals face when they attempt to access the internet.
Web Style Guide : Basic Design Principles for Creating Web Sites, Patrick J. Lynch, Sarah Horton, March 1999, Yale University Press
This book provides an interesting discussion of the overall process of defining the objectives and users of your Web site. It clearly illustrates how to make a site interface welcoming and efficient. High-quality illustrations show how to design for overall style and professional appeal
Access to Information : Materials, Technologies, and Services for Print-Impaired Readers, Tom McNulty, Dawn M. Suvino, Amer Library Assn Editions, Booknews, Inc. , Portland, Or, 1993.
This book outlines the diverse ways in which information can be made accessible to blind and visually impaired individuals. It provides a crash course in computer literacy, audio output systems, materials and technology for low-vision readers, as well as programs and services.
Increasing Access to World Wide Web Sites for Blind and Visually Impaired Computer Users, Dena Shumila and Jan Richards, l997, National Braille Press.
This is an informative book for individuals interested in exploring the design of websites that are accessible to blind users. The book discusses in detail the cooperation needed by screen reader developers, Web browser manufacturers, and HTML writers wishing to construct accessible websites.
Online Kids A Young Surfer's Guide To Cyberspace, Preston Gralla, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, l996.
Homepage An Introduction to Web Page Design, Christopher Lampton, Grolier Publishing, New York, l997.
Dave's Quick 'n' Easy Web Pages, Dave Lindsay, Bruce Lindsay, Erin Publications, Calgary, Canada, l999
Essential Net Novice Websites : Bright Starts for Bright Minds, a Webpointers Guide Kitty Williams and Robin Lind,1999
This is a well-written book which provides the novice with the information needed to construct a website that is interesting and easy to use.
The Non-Designer's Web Book : An Easy Guide to Creating, Designing, and Posting Your Own Web Site, Robin Williams, John Tollett (Contributor), l998. Peachpit Press
This is a full-color guide for aspiring Web designers. The authors first explain how to browse and search the Web and then discuss how to plan and post a Web site. Basic design principles are introduced in this beginner's guide to creating appealing webpages.
The Alliance for Technology Access Web (http://www.ataccess.org/design.html)
This site provides information on assistive devices, software, and the process for gaining access to websites by individuals with vision, hearing, and cognitive barriers.
--designed by the HTML Writers Guild provides six principle of Web design.
This site for Web authors is an introduction to web design that provides describes each principle as well as provides technical information.
The Microsoft site --(http://www.microsoft.com/enable/dev/web_guidelines.htm)
This site provides guidelines for web page designers including suggestions on: constructing accessible websites without giving up usability or appeal, testing a accessibility, and providing alternate pages non-accessible pages.
The IBM site (http://www.austin.ibm.com/sns/accessweb.html).
This site has a section titled "Special Needs Systems" which includes features such as: a checklist for accessibility, tools for accessibility , links to additional resources and information on the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
"IBM Home Page Reader" IBM Special Needs Systems. www.ibm.com/sns.
IBM's talking Web browser for blind and visually impaired users.
"Java accessibility guidelines and checklist": IBM Special Needs Systems. www.austin.ibm.com/sns/accessjava.html.
This site contains detail guidelines for the Java environment.
"Software accessibility guidelines": IBM Special Needs Systems. www.austin.ibm.com/sns/accesssoftware.html.
This site contains general software guidelines.
"Towards Accessible Human-Computer Interaction":mEric Bergman, Earl Johnson, Sun Microsystems, 1995.mwww.sun.com/tech/access/updt.HCI.advance.html.
This paper discusses accessible user interfaces.
"Experiences Implementing Web Accessibility Guidelines in IBM": Phill Jenkins, IBM, 1997. www.austin.ibm.com/sns/phillj.htm.
This paper covers disabilities issues and older general accessibility guidelines.
"List of Checkpoints for the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines": World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), 1999. www.w3.org/TR/WAI-WEBCONTENT/full-checklist.html.
A checklist for Web content developers. Each checkpoint in the guidelines appears in this list, organized by priority and concept.
"Techniques for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines": World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), 1999. www.w3.org/TR/WAI-WEBCONTENT-TECHS/.
This document includes techniques and examples that HTML and CSS authors may use to implement the guidelines and meet the checkpoints described in "Web Content Accessibility Guidelines".
"User Agent Accessibility Guidelines": World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), 1999.
These guidelines cover the responsibilities of the browsers.
"Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines": World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), 1999. www.w3.org/TR/WD-WAI-AUTOOLS/.
This document provides guidelines to Web authoring tool manufacturers or developers. The purpose of this document is two-fold: to assist developers in designing authoring tools that generate accessible Web content and to assist developers in creating an accessible authoring tool user interface.
Center for Accessible Technology http://www.el.net/CAT/access1.html '
Provides excellent information on adapting web browsers for accessibility.