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<Harvey> Harvey finally connects
<LiamMcGee> Possible extra disciplines that overlap: broadcast media production; communication theory; media studies (urgh)
<shawn> zaki, who is making noise?
doyle: like "are you teaching a course on web design" to start
harvey: subject: "help for web development course instructors"
<justin> just FYI - the Web Standards Project has a Educational Task Force to help outreach about Web standards (including web accessibility) to higher ed - http://www.webstandards.org/action/edutf/
liam: "punchier" would be effective
<LiamMcGee> liam: but punchier doesn't mean shorter
<LiamMcGee> long and punchy.
natasha: something like "your students more and more have clients that are requiring web accessibility; here is how you can meet your students' new needs"
doyle & natasha: "your clients need to comply with the law"
natasha: "understand why accessibility is being built into the tools, and how to use those features"
html writers guild
web accessibility network for australian universities
gamers (from doyle)
<shawn> agenda: - What are promotion venues, e.g., e-mailing lists? newsletters? blogs? conference handouts? other? (Let's have some brief group discussion, and then ask for off-line followup.)
liam -- a list apart (ALA)
liam -- jisc
judy -- web aim
andrew - ncaed(?)
judy -- edean (europe)
doyle -- slashdot
<LiamMcGee> The register
henny -- accessify forum
shadi -- einfach fur alle (sp?)
<Andrew> Andrew - Web Standards Group
<LiamMcGee> JISC example: email@example.com
william -- designers of blogging software
<Andrew> Andrew - TechDIS (UK)
<LiamMcGee> Museums Computer Group
henny -- UI garden -- usability and accessiblity in asia
<Andrew> ACS - and these must exist in most countries
doyle -- accessibility departments of local governments
<shawn> ACTION: ask Wayne for venues for educators [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/11/17-eo-minutes.html#action01]
<Henny> UI Garden http://www.uigarden.net/
<LiamMcGee> LGA (Local Government Association, UK)
andrew: computer societies, in general
mexican computer society
<LiamMcGee> Librarians Mailing lists?
<shawn> if book authors, then editors?
judy -- IT departments in universities
national networks of those
<LiamMcGee> Visual design, typography, publishing academic lists
<Andrew> Conference organisers (eg OZeWAI, AusWeb, WebDirections, SXSW, others - http://www.webstandards.org/action/edutf/events/)
<shawn> agenda: [get from archives]
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