Research of the web websites ensuring availability in higher education institutions of physical culture in the conditions of athlete students inclusive training
In this article compliance of the higher education institutions websites of physical culture to the principles and requirements of availability including to athlete students with limited health opportunities (further - OVZ) is considered. The research was conducted on the basis of the provisions offered by developers "Guides to Ensuring Web content availability of WCAG 2.0" and the test leaf created on the basis of state standard specification 52872-2007 accepted on January 1, 2009 in the Russian Federation "Internet resources: requirements of availability to visually impaired persons" (<http://www.tehlit.ru/Pages/44122.htm>) (requirements of availability to visually impaired persons, n. d), (Guide to ensuring web content availability of WCAG 2.0, n. d). WCAG 2.0 regulates use of all latest web technologies, taking into account all known physical, mental and technical restrictions of users which can interfere with access to information, for such users and which all developers of all websites need to consider without exception (G3ict White Paper - Web Accessibility Policy Making, n. d), (Wadhwani, n. d), (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, n. d), (Beginners. The international standard of web content availability of WCAG 2.0 and the recommendation about development of qualitative websites of public institutions taking into account requirements of availability to Disabled people, 2010). The state standard specification 52872-2007 standard provides need of respect for standards of availability to blind users all Russian-speaking electronic resources the Internet (requirements of availability to visually impaired persons, n. d). As a result of the carried-out monitoring the numerous facts of discrepancy of the studied websites of higher education institutions of physical culture to the principles and requirements of availability, including to persons with limited health opportunities were elicited. We offered the additional practical recommendations submitted on increase in availability of the websites to persons with OVZ.