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Re: Accessible Organizational Charts

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From: Carol Foster
Date: Jan 29, 2004 12:58PM


I like nested lists for accessible organizational charts. At a quick
glance, I think this would work for this example. Sorry, I don't have an
example handy at the moment.

Carol

Jill Lenz wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> I'm looking for a recommended best practice for creating and maintaing
> accessible organizational charts. Currently, a secretary from our Deans
> Office maintains one in list form in HTML and maintains the other
> traditional style org chart in Word which is then converted to PDF.
> Samples of each are at
> http://www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/cvmbs/personel.html and
> http://www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/cvmbs/DeanOrgChart.pdf
>
> If you compare the two versions, you'll see the information doesn't
> match. Ideally, she should only have to maintain one version and the
> preferred format from the folks in the Dean's Office is the traditional
> style in PDF. Tools available to her are Dreamweaver, Office and
> Acrobat Distiller. I'm willing to create an HTML template for her.
>
> Accessible samples for reference would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks, Jill
>
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> Jill Lenz
> College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
> 1601 Campus Delivery
> Colorado State University
> Fort Collins, CO 80523-1601
>
> Office of the Dean - Instructional Technology
> http://www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/intech/lab/
> Office: Physiology 109
> InTech Lab: Physiology 101
> voice: 970-491-6585
> fax: 970-491-2250
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