EIII project News

European Internet Inclusion Initiative project – August 7, 2014

European Internet Inclusion Initiative website now features advanced search

The European Internet Inclusion Initiative (EIII) website now features a search function, which can also be used to access web accessibility information from important related sources.

“The two advantages compared to existing search services,” says Dr Mikael Snaprud, Project Coordinator for EIII, “are the search across selected relevant web accessibility websites with the automatic completion of words in providing results .”

The search engine tool features information from the EIII website, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) initiative, and eAccess+ eAccess+, an extensive information resource on eAccessibility.

Additionally, the EIII website search features quick access to some frequently asked questions (FAQs). The FAQ search is triggered by adding a question mark (“?”) at the end of the search phrase.

Press inquiries and EIII participation requests:

Dr Mikael Snaprud, Project Coordinator, +47 918 62 892;
mikael.snaprud@tingtun.no

About EIII

The EIII is co-funded under the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (Grant agreement no: 609667). The consortium consists of a number of partners and associate partners as follows:

Partners

Germany: Evangelische Stiftung Volmarstein (FTB), Iceland: Registers Iceland, Italy: Agenzia per l'Italia Digitale, Netherlands: Cooperatie Kwaliteits Instituut Nederlandse Gemeenten UA, Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, Stichting Accessibility, Norway: Kommunenes Sentralforbund Ans, Seniornett Norge, Tingtun AS, Sweden: DAKA advisory AB.

Associate Partners

Denmark: Agency for Digitisation, Denmark: Looms Consulting, Egypt: Ministry of State for Administrative Development, Norway: Agency for Public Management and eGovernment, Norwegian Association of the Blind and Partially Sighted, Norwegian Labour and Welfare Service, International Webmasters Association.