Submission for the RDWG Symposium on Accessible Way-Finding Using Web Technologies

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[Title of the Contribution]

1. Problem Addressed

[This section should describe the research question about web accessibility metrics that the authors are trying to solve.]

2. Background

[On which previous work (no matter the domain) does the proposed approach root on?]

3. Strategy

[How was the problem addressed?]

4. Major Difficulties

[Major obstacles found during the process.]

5. Outcomes

[The main outcomes, lessons learned, and mistakes made.]

6. Open Research Avenues

[What future perspectives does this work open?]


[This section is optional. Citations are made as in the "References" section below.]


[Please use the following format for any citations and references.]

  1. Books: C. Darwin (1859) The Origin of Species. John Murray.
  2. Journal: E. Tolman (1948) Cognitive maps in rats and men. Psychological Review 55(4):189– 208. DOI:10.1037/h0061626
  3. Proceedings:C. Bartneck (2008) What Is Good? - A Comparison Between The Quality Criteria Used In Design And Science. Proceedings of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI2008), 2485-2492. DOI:10.1145/1358628.1358705