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Web Accessibility Initiative  
 strategies, guidelines, and resources to make the web accessible to people with disabilities

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WAI Groups

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Authoring Tools Working Group (AUWG)
AUWG develops guidelines, techniques, and supporting resources for Web "authoring tools" - which are software that creates Web sites.
Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG)
EOWG develops awareness and training materials and education resources on Web accessibility solutions .
Evaluation Tools Working Group (ERT WG)
ERT WG develops techniques and tools for evaluating accessibility of Web sites, and for retrofitting Web sites to become more accessible.
Protocols & Formats Working Group (PFWG)
PFWG reviews all W3C technologies for accessibility.
Research and Development Interest Group (RDIG)
RDIG facilitates discussion and discovery of the accessibility aspects of research and development of future Web technologies.
User Agent Working Group (UAWG)
UAWG develops guidelines, techniques, and supporting resources for Web "user agents" - which includes Web browsers and media players.
WAI Interest Group (WAI IG)
WAI IG is a public group with a mailing list for general discussion on Web accessibility.
Web Content Working Group (WCAG WG)
WCAG WG develops guidelines, techniques, and supporting resources for Web "content" - which is the information in a Web site, including text, images, forms, sounds, and such.
W3C Member-only access groups
WAI Coordination Group (member only) coordinates among WAI working groups and WAI interest groups.

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Participating in WAI
Describes participation opportunities ranging from volunteering to implement, promote, and review guidelines, to occasional participation in an interest group, to dedicated participation in a working group.