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Re: Background/Intro for Academic Affairs/Professionals


From: Ryan Hemphill
Date: Mar 31, 2012 7:41AM

We just had a big conversation with Penn State about some of these topics
(I work for Cengage, a textbook and educational software publisher). My
focus is on the interactive behaviors of Rich Internet Apps that deliver
the contents and how these things can break screen readers if done poorly
or without proper QA practices. If you want, I can send you some stuff
strictly on that issue, if it would help.

Ryan Hemphill
Senior User Experience Designer
Cengage Learning

On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 10:46 PM, Kevin Chao < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> Please, I would like all the information, background, and tips that
> everyone can possibly provide.
> I am preparing a presentation that will be delivered to academic
> affairs/professionals within the university system in the state.
> Topics: Section 508, W3C, and WCAG—inclusive design.
> Context: These are leaders, decision makers, and influential players
> within the university state system who do not know as much as they
> should about inclusive design/print-related disabilities, are mostly
> starting from scratch, and need to get a major crash course.
> Thank you!!!
> Kevin Chao
> > > >


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