Thread Subject: Re: idea to stimulating on-line dialog
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From: Debbie Cook
Date: Wed, Oct 11 2006 7:00 AM
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I'm really concerned that I hear some very conflicting things. At one point
I hear that everyone won't have to know how to use the WIKI. Then, I hear
that we're going to use it for brain storming. I'm really concerned that
we're rapidly moving toward confusion. I think we need to firmly determine
hte role of each tool, determine hwo is likely to make most use of it, and
how the tools will interconnect.
I also want to raise one more item--the conference calls. I would think the
Access Board can support committee members participating in a toll call if
necessary, but they can't do so for the general public. If consumers want to
participate, and do not have nationwide calling, it's going to be
prohibitive. And, since no real public word has gone out, we don't know
which committees would be most impacted if any are.
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Subject: [teitac-tools] idea to stimulating on-line dialog
What do people think of having a version of 508 Technical Standards
(subpart B) on the Wiki?
I am thinking of one article (page) per standard.
The provision, as is, would be in read only segment at the top. People
would add comments underneath. To get the conversations started, I am
thinking three stimulating headings like what we tried to use for the
panel discussions: What's Working? What's Not Working? What's New?
(Or maybe, the good, the bad, the ugly?) Following that would be ideas
on what to do with the provision in the refresh. If it facilities the
subcommittees, we could also try the approach for subparts A, C, D.
I can just try and get started with this free form, or maybe Jared could
you make a template for this?
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