Newsletter Archives - May 2007
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Jared Smith shares his list of must-read and recommended accessibility blogs.
We have only a few seats left for our two-day, intensive, hands-on web accessibility training on June 20-21. Learn everything from basic web accessibility principles to advanced accessibility techniques. The training will be held in beautiful Logan, Utah, just a few minutes from Logan Canyon. To register or to find out more, visit http://webaim.org/training/.
An updated draft of WCAG 2.0 has just been published and is open for review and comment.
Tips and Resources
Jared Smith's interview with Judy Brewer from the W3C about what is currently happening with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.
Joe Dolson explains the difference between "search engine optimization" and "search engine friendly."
from VIP Software
VIP Software provides free JAWS guides for common tasks such as opening a program, navigating through a web page, using Google, and reading and sending email in Outlook Express.
Mike Cherim provides thoughtful replies to three common objections to accessible site design.
If you want to provide feedback for the latest draft of WCAG 2.0 but don't know where to start, you should start by reading this post from Henny Swan.
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