Content Industries can help organizations achieve accessible content objectives in a variety of ways. Whether ensuring ePub books meet and maintain Benetech’s GCA Certification, or reviewing and authoring Accessibility Conformance Reports (e.g., VPATs, etc.) our team can provide guidance and assistance in every area of digital accessibility conformance today.
Content is the backbone of our educational system, but is content accessible for all students? What does it mean for students to have Global Certified Accessible content?
Benetech Certification Assistance Program
At Content Industries, we’re passionate about making the world of digital content more inclusive and accessible for everyone. That’s why we’re excited to introduce our Benetech Certification Assistance Program, designed to help you implement accessibility within your workflow and deliver accessible ePubs for every reader.
What is Benetech’s GCA Certification?
Benetech’s Global Certified Accessible (GCA) certification is a first-of-its-kind program, designed to help publishers create content that is accessible for all. By adjusting your workflows and embracing accessibility, you’ll not only expand your audience reach but also receive a GCA seal and metadata to include in your EPUB files. Already, countless leading publishers across the globe have joined the movement and become certified accessible. Contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org today to learn more about our services and how we can help you make your digital content more inclusive for every reader.
Conformance Reporting (VPATs)
While GCA applies exclusively to ePubs, it doesn’t mean your other digital content will be left out in the cold. We can review your content management system, digital multimedia content, and documents such as PDFs, Word, Excel, etc. to ensure they meet mandated accessibility requirements, and we can assist you in authoring your Accessibility Conformance Report (VPAT or similar).
No matter the digital content type, we can help organizations such as libraries, educational institutions and other organizations with extensive digital publications & content meet the industry standard WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) for all of your digital content, ensuring conformance to Section 508, EAA and/or other digital accessibility legislation.