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International Telecommunication Union Workshop
“Accessibility to ICTs”,
Shanghai, China, 23 July 2010
The Daisy Consortium activities
in the field of accessibility
Hiroshi Kawamura
President
The DAISY Consortium
[email protected]
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The DAISY Consortium
DAISY: Digital Accessible Information System
Vision
The DAISY Consortium envisions a world where people with
print disabilities have equal access to information and
knowledge, without delay or additional expense.
Mission
The DAISY Consortium's mission is to develop and promote
international standards and technologies which enable
equal access to information and knowledge by all people
with print disabilities and which also benefit the wider
community.
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Current DAISY users
Those who are;
Blind or low vision
Deaf or hard of hearing
with Physical disability which prevents handling of printed books
with Cognitive disabilities (including Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism etc)
with Intellectual disabilities
with Psycho-Social disabilities
with Age concerned reading difficulties
Illiterate
temporarily difficult to read texts such as foreign travelers
Users of a language that doesn’t have written scripts
In addition, those in a “mode” which makes reading a text difficult,
i. e. driving a car
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DAISY = Accessible Multimedia
United Nations Convention on the
Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Article 2: accessible multimedia,
reasonable accommodation,
universal design
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Born of DAISY as a free, open, nonproprietary, inter-operable standards
International Federation of Library Associations wanted to
promote international inter-library loan of talking books
Section of Libraries for the Blind: 1986 Tokyo, 1995
Toronto
Libraries were suffering from vulnerability of talking book
collections: Magnetic tapes on a huge magnet
Users of professional readings were frustrated with analog
cassettes: Navigation issues
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DAISY develops open standards
DAISY3 = ANSI/NISO Z39.86-2005
DC is the official maintenance body
Based around W3C recommendations
WAI; Web Accessibility Initiative
guarantees accessibility of W3C
recommendations
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Why open standards?
Wider acceptance by industry
Free: including least developing countries
Open: everybody may use
Non-proprietary
Inter-operative
Sustainability of standards
Maintenance through open and
transparent process: requirements
gathering
User participation use case development
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Sample DAISY Books
Resource Manual on HIV/AIDS by DPSA
DAISY initiative on Combating Against AIDS in South Africa was
International
presented at “ITU Forum on Accessibility & e-Health 2009, Geneva”
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Example of DAISY multisensory education
materials for Tsunami Evacuation
•Go straight to the point
•Tell what to do rather
than what should not be
done
•Use favorite or familiar
characters
pictures
drawings
voices
favorites
places
tastes
Music, rythm
•Understanding by brain
and by body both
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Digital Accessible Information System
DIASY is the Best Way
to Read and Publish
Everybody in the world including
persons with print disabilities
have equal access to information
and knowledge, without delay or
additional expenses
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DAISY3
Multimedia
DAISY
DAISY
Talkingbook
Text
DAISY
Revision of Standards
DAISY4 and EPUB3
DAISY4
Multimedia
DAISY
Text
DAISY
=
EPUB3
DAISY
Talking
Books
EPUB2
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Open Source Software Development
 DAISY Pipeline 1 & 2
 DAISY Translators (ODF/Open XML to
DAISY XML)
 Obi/Tobi: interactive authoring tool
 AMIS: Adaptive Multimedia Information
System: localization features
 LGPL licensing policy
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Disability Caucus in WSIS: Bridging the Divide
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WSIS and follow-up
World Summit on the Information
Society
disability focal point
Global Forum on Disability
IGF, RIO, etc.
ITU World Telecom 2009, Geneva
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Disaster Session at WSIS in Tunis 2005
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International Conference on Tsunami
Preparedness of Persons with Disabilities,
Phuket, January 2007 & May 2009
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Inclusive
DRR
in
Manila
DAISY for All in Developing Countries
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Accessibility
Symposium, Kobe,
World Telecom 2009, 5-9 October,
Geneva
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World Telecommunication and
Information Society Award 2008
YouTube video on
Award Ceremony
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DAISY Focal Points
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Conclusion
DAISY is the best way
to read and publish
http://www.daisy.org/
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