Cristina Mussinelli

Accessibility of the culture or culture of accessibility?

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The economics of reading and disability. In the last decade, print impaired people (blind, with low vision, dyslexic) may have access to Born accessible digital publications (ebooks) available at the same time they are published in print. With all the consequences at a cultural, social, inclusivity level that derives from this new paradigm. In turn, this process forces all the actors in the supply chain (to sell accessible e-books you need an accessible eCommerce site and an equally accessible payment systems) to reshape the technological development processes and their traditional production and distribution flows to make also content with complex editorial and page structures, such as textbooks and academic and scientific publications, accessible to people with visual disabilities.


  • digital reading
  • accessibility
  • inclusion
  • tecnologies
  • EPUB
  • visual disability
  • dyslexia
  • hearing difficulties
  • ebook


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