Accessibility has become a buzz word in our language today. As the world is getting smaller the growth of information is expanding widely. Why is that? People across the globe are hungry for knowledge, therefore accessibility should not relate to only those individuals with disabilities. Then precisely what does accessibility mean? Is it really a hand-out, or… can it be considered a process of innovation? According to Andrew Razeghi in his book, The Riddle; where ideas come from and how to have better ones the author states, “Innovation is capability.” If so, let’s break the phrase accessibility into two parts; access, ability. In my mind access and ability refer to the collection and implementation of information independently.
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