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Welcome to the RDWG Wiki. This wiki is collaboratively maintained by participants of the W3C/WAI Research and Development Working Group (RDWG). It contains a collection of research topics related to web accessibility. The purpose of this wiki is to collect information about web accessibility research and development activities.

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Current Research Topic

2. Mobile Accessibility Mobile / Mobile Accessibility Call / Mobile_Pre_CFP / Mobile Topic Timeline; including Accessible Mobile Web Applications and Touch Interfaces. Editors will be Simon Harper, Yeliz Yesilada and Peter Thiessen.

Research Topic Next Up

3. Text Customization for Readability (TC4R)

4. Easy to Read (e2r)

5. Topic 5 TBA / Topic 5 Timeline

6. Topic 6 TBA / Topic 6 Timeline

Proposed Research Topics (in Chronological Order of Creation)

The following is an initial, non-exhaustive list of proposed research topics. It will be continually expanded and refined by RDWG in the coming weeks:


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Completed Research Topics

1. Benchmarking Web Accessibility Metrics (Automated Metrics, Evaluation, Benchmarking.)