Creating work for the public requires attention to accessibility from the start. Here are some resources to learn more about making web-based projects accessible:
- Learn about designing for web accessibility (W3.org)
- Tips on writing for web accessibility (W3.org)
- Learn about planning and managing web accessibility (W3.org)
The resources below provide context and analysis on crowdsourced projects in the humanities:
Hedges, Mark, and Stuart Dunn. Academic Crowdsourcing in the Humanities : Crowds, Communities and Co-Production . Chandos Publishing, 2018. Explore an online copy of this book in our collection.
Ridge, Mia. Crowdsourcing Our Cultural Heritage . Routledge, 2016, doi:10.4324/9781315575162. Explore an online copy of this book in our collection.
Writing for the Web
Below are resources offering best practices for writing online:
- “Writing for the Web | Usability.gov.” (Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs)
- “Best Practices for Web Writing.” (University of Maryland)
- “Writing for the Web.” (NYU Web Communications)