The aim of the project is designing and implementing a web interface to allow academic staff to build exam papers in accessible format. The Accessibility legislation (DDA) requires the University to provide exam papers in an accessible online format (PDF or html) so providing academic staff with a easy-to-use application for building accessible exam papers would be a big step forward. During 2004-2005, excellent work has been carried out by an MScIT student in investigating the problem, analysing past exam papers and exploring a number of options. A prototype application has also been built. The current project (2005-2006) could build upon this work to explore alternative design strategies, evaluate the current prototype application with users and further develop the application. The project will involve: - Familiarizing yourself with accessibility of PDF and html material (W3C guidelines). - Reviewing previous work (past exam papers and prototype application). - Refining detailed requirements (user requirements and technical requirements). - Designing and implementing a web application which builds exam papers in an accessible online format (PDF or html) based on exam questions entered by lecturers/clerical staff. Key aspects here would be ease of use for staff and data security.