This report analyzes four different avenues of accessibility as they pertain to digital exhibits and academic research. Using Simon Fraser University's Aldus@SFU Digitized Collection as a case study, this report looks at accessibility through the avenues of digitization, openness, publicness, and functionality to break down the current and future needs of diverse audiences. While accessibility is a complex topic, this report breaks down the needs of several different user groups and outlines what can be done to fulfill those needs and create content that is universally available and accessible.
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Thesis advisor: McGregor, Hannah
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