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Requirements and changelog for WAI-AGE Literature Review document

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This is a DRAFT requirements analysis for the report that will comprise the results and analysis of the WAI-AGE Literature Review for the EC-supported WAI-AGE Project.

Purpose, Goals, Objectives

The purpose of the document is to:

The goals of this document are is to answer common questions such as:

The objectives of the "literature review" document are to:






  1. Search the Web and bibliographic databases for literature dealing with issues of the elderly online:
    • Follow-up cited literature from key researchers and publishers in this field
  2. Collect contextual information (where possible) about:
  3. Analyse the literature for:
    • Common themes / issues faced by the elderly
    • Guidelines already published for “elder-friendly” Web sites
    • Overlaps and differences between elderly-related findings and WAI guideline
  4. Analyse the overlaps and differences betweeen the WAI guidelines and other guidelines for "senior friendly" Web sites

Report outline:

  1. Introduction
    • some backround about ageing population, ubiquitous Web, intentions of the review
  2. Discussion
  3. Conclusions & recommendations
  4. References cited
  5. Appendix with references discovered

Related documents:




28 March 2008