FEATURE28 January 2019

Full and equally accessible research

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Promoting diversity and inclusion as integral to organisational culture is slowly becoming part of the accepted approach and values of ethically responsible researchers and research companies. Michelle Goddard writes that with this increasing attention and commitment, it is important to ensure that accessibility is explicit.

Accessibility in research should be viewed as the design of research products, devices, platforms, services and environments to meet the needs of people with disabilities. It ties in with data protection obligations that emphasise transparency and tailoring of privacy ...