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From: Jon Gunderson
Date: Jan 21, 2004 8:44AM


REHAB711NC: Designing Universally Accessible Web Resources

This is a 22 session on-line course on designing universally accessible web
resources for people with disabilities and to provide all users more
options in accessing information, starting February 17th, 2004. The course
is designed for web developers who understand basic concepts of
HTML. Continuing education credits are available. Some of the course
highlights include:

1. Alternative views of the web: Hope people with disabilities "see"
the web
2. Web Accessibility Guidelines: "Accessible Design" verses
"Accessible Repair"
3. Designing HTML using structural elements
4. Using CSS for styling and adding graphics to web resources
5. Scripting and automated behavior accessibility issues
6. Multi-media captioning
7. Adobe PDF and Macromedia Flash accessibility issues
8. Publishing accessible versions of Microsoft Office Documents
9. Legal issues in making web resources accessible
10. Discussion of your own web accessibility issues

Registration and additional information is available at:
http://cita.rehab.uiuc.edu/courses/2004-02-REHAB711NC/index.html

Please share this information with people you think would be interested.

Please contact Jon Gunderson for more information at: 217-244-5870 or
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