(of an object, service, or facility) Able to be easily obtained or used
making learning opportunities more accessible to adults
his Latin grammar is lucid and accessible
Able to be reached or entered by people who have a disability
features such as nonslip floors and accessible entrances
(of a person, typically one in a position of authority or importance) Friendly and easy to talk to; approachable
he is more accessible than most tycoons
capable of being reached; "a town accessible by rail"
capable of being read with comprehension; "readily accessible to the nonprofessional reader"; "the tales seem more approachable than his more difficult novels"
easily obtained; "most students now have computers accessible"; "accessible money"
easy to get along with or talk to; friendly; "an accessible and genial man"
(accessibility) handiness: the quality of being at hand when needed
(accessibility) approachability: the attribute of being easy to meet or deal with
Accessibility is a general term used to describe the degree to which a product, device, service, or environment is accessible by as many people as possible. Accessibility can be viewed as the "ability to access" and possible benefit of some system or entity. ...
Easy of access or approach; approachable; Of a person, easy to approach; approachable; Open to the influence of; Obtainable; to be got at; Easily understood
(Accessibility) The condition resulting from the inclusion of appropriate architectural elements to permit unrestricted entrance to, exit from, and use of buildings and facilities.
(Accessibility) Is a characteristic of technology that enables people with disabilities to use it. Also benefits people with older or slower software/hardware. ...
Accessibility in the context of the Web means building a Web that everyone is able to access, regardless of their level of physical or mental ability.
(Accessibility) The extent to which computers are easy to use and available to a wide range of users, including people with one or more physical disabilities.
(accessibility) The ability to obtain the use of a computer system resource, or the ability and means necessary to store data, retrieve data, or communicate with a system. [SRV] (see also computer, resource, system, access)
(accessibility) An aggregate measure of how reachable locations are from a given location. The ACCESSIBILITY command computes values for accessibility as a function of the distance between locations and an empirically derived distance decay parameter.
(Accessibility) The UTD is designed to work with screen readers and screen magnifiers. The voice can be “turned off” so that it will not interfere with a screen reader voice. After all, if you already have a screen reader you do not need another program that talks. ...
(Accessibility) In Web pages, it refers to the ability of a Web page to be viewed by everyone, especially people with disabilities who use various assistive technologies. ...
(Accessibility) A carrier's ability to provide service between an origin and a destination.
Accessibility means that people with a variety of disabilities can perceive, comprehend, navigate, and interact with the Web, and that they can also contribute to the Web.
(Accessibility (Web)) Accessibility refers to web page information/content being obtainable and functional to people with disabilities. It is about providing access to information for those who would otherwise lose their opportunity to use the web. ...
Barriers to accessibility can be physical, sensory, or cognitive. A barrier-free environment is one that can be accessed by people of all abilities, regardless of physical, sensory, or cognitive limitation. ...
(Accessibility) The basis of accessibility is that every Web user should have access to the information and experiences available online. ...
(Accessibility) The extent to which data is available, or easily and quickly retrievable.
(Accessibility) The ease of access or approach to equipment for operation, inspection, maintenance and lubrication.
(Accessibility) Data that is relatively easily obtained
(Accessibility) A measure of the ease with which a specific population can obtain appropriate health services and be served by facilities within the health care system. ...