Web Accessibility - So, What is Web Accessibility - (for general public)
Does your organization have, or are you planning to have, a web site? Have you done everything you can to make sure that your web site is accessible to everyone? What about those with visual or cognitive impairments? Users with physical or motor-control difficulties that make mouse pointing difficult or impossible?
- Participants will learn about the numerous and unique ways that many individuals access web content
- Participants will be introduced to screen readers that are used by (mostly) blind computer users
- Participants will learn about access to the Internet by persons with physical disabilities
- Section 508
- Americans with Disabilities Act (where ADA may be heading)
- Participants will learn of potential legal obligations:
- Participants will be introduced to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0)
- Participants will be introduced to common web development errors with regard to content and its accessibility
- Participants will be able to bring what they learned back to their web teams so that accessibility can be a part of web content for their organization
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