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As Computerised Assessment becomes more widely accepted, they are also being more commonly applied within higher stakes testing, for summative assessment and examinations. In these situations, it is vitally important that authors and administrators are rigorous in making sure that their assessments meet the accessibility guidelines that have already been specified by the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
This paper outlines these guidelines and considers the steps that authors can make to achieve these goals. On a practical note, it also demonstrates how both authors and administrators can confirm to those guidelines using Questionmark Perception.