Imagine a blind person, someone with a mobility impairment, or a senior citizen — each with their own unique requirements — using the same computer workstation. It would be helpful if that station easily configured itself to accommodate each individual's particular needs and preferences.
The Adaptive Technology Resource Centre (ATRC) at the University of Toronto has developed Web-4-All, a system for easily configuring multi-user public access computer workstations. Web-4-All was originally sponsored by Industry Canada for use with their Community Access Program (CAP) where libraries, schools, and community centres across Canada provide internet ready workstations for use by the public.
Web-4-All is compliant with the IMS Accessibility for Learner Information Package, one of the first software applications to use this IMS specification.