Abstract—In today's age of pervasive computing, users have
the ability to access information stored on powerful networks
anywhere, anytime. Such things as personal digital assistants
(PDAs), smart phones, wearable computers and other mobile
devices give the user instant access to global information
systems. The challenge is to ensure that the information from
these devices take into account both the user's capabilities and
his/her device. Therefore, by adapting video, images, audio and
text to both individual devices and individual user requirements
will help to ensure that people with disabilities can take
advantage of the benefits of pervasive computing. The paper in
this research investigate the e-accessibility of the educational
websites in the Kingdom of Bahrain and recommends
suggestion based on the data analyzed.
Index Terms—E-accessibility, WCAG, W3C, website development, education, e-learning universities.
The authors are with AMA International University Bahrain, Bahrain (e-mail: L.firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Priyanka.email@example.com).
Cite: Liaqat Ali, Faisal Ali, Priyanka Surendran, and Bindhya Thomas, "Information Systems Accessibility of Educational Websites in the Kingdom of Bahrain," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 7, no. 10, pp. 728-732, 2017.