Newsletter Archives - August 2008

Featured Article

Web Accessibility Gone Wild

This article presents a wide variety of mistakes, misconceptions, over-indulgences, intricacies, and generally silly aspects of modern accessibility.

News

Target lawsuit settled

Read details and commentary on the Target lawsuit settlement.

Freedom Machines to air Sept. 9

"Freedom Machines" takes a new look at disability through the lens of assistive technology. This fascinating documentary will air on PBS on the evening of Sept. 9, 2008.

GOALS Survey

Project GOALS (Gaining Online Accessible Learning Through Self-Study) is conducting a survey of higher education faculty and staff to determine understanding of, experience with, and opinions about web-accessibility.

Tips and Resources

Assistive Technology: a video tour of accessibility

Jon Gibbons (AKA dotjay) has compiled a list of video resources about assistive technologies.

Deafness and the User Experience

Lisa Herrod explains that in order to provide better user experiences for the Deaf, we need to understand deafness from both a cultural and linguistic perspective.

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