All accessibility tools perform automated checks of web pages for accessibility issues and all generally have additional features, but each tool targets different audiences.
In order to help web designers, developers, and evaluators choose an appropriate tool for their purposes, this article discusses the general types or classifications of accessibility tools.
The Smart VA system is designed for analyzing VA data collected electronically using the PHMRC Full and Shortened Questionnaires with the Open Data Kit (ODK) Collect system on Android devices. Improving performance of the Tariff Method for assigning causes of death to verbal autopsies.
Paper-based versions of the PHMRC Full and Shortened Questionnaires are also available.
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The document has been updated over time, notably thanks to the many Web authors who shared their own rationale and motivation for using Web Quality checking tools.
The Short Assessment of Health Literacy–Spanish and English (SAHL–S&E) is a new instrument, consisting of comparable tests in English and Spanish, with good reliability and validity in both languages.These tools can be used for research, training, or program planning purposes as long as credit is given to AHRQ as the source.(Users of the tools who publish their findings can find a link listed with each tool to the paper that describes its initial development and validation.) The tools available from AHRQ are the: : Direct translation of these tools into another language may not produce a valid assessment of health literacy in the new language.This section will focus on the classification and usage of different evaluation tools, and what web designers, developers and evaluators should know about these classifications.One key in understanding accessibility tools is to understand the standards to which the tool was developed.