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<shawn> problems with zakim?
<shawn> scribe: wayne
Requirements and Changelog:
Shawn: Proposes change integrate Justin's condept of integrating into the requirements and materials
<judy> ACTION: REQ - integrate justin's idea of integrating accessibility throughout courses instead of separately [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/12/08-eo-irc]
Justin: Usually only one lecture is given to accessibility, it needs to be ingegrated across the course. Need to see it all you are not seeing correctly.
General Concepts: Curriculum Coordinators/Committees and Department Chair should be academic contatcs.
Shawn: What is the timing
<Jack> Wayne great comments! Thanks for the explanation and insights!
Wayne: Professors could be contacted now for course changes; for changes to curriculum (permanent) fall is the time... say between August and November.
<shawn> WAyne: obsessed with being up-to-date
<shawn> W3C WAI materials to help you update your web course for accessibility
<shawn> question from agenda: - Is the length OK, since it is frontloaded and has headings? If not, what can we cut down?
<shawn> wayne: instrcutors want to help make students current & employable, modern standards
<shawn> shawn: also along lines of what natasha said
<judy> ACTION: Make intro paragraph more grabby, for instance something like "Students today need to know how to meet the demands of their clients including accessible design requirements." [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/12/08-eo-irc]
<judy> wayne: web accessibility is smart business technology and public policy
<judy> wayne: efficiency -- massive reduction in server calls
<judy> ACTION: add in the email that our stuff is re-usable & adaptable -- can ues our stuff but adapt it [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/12/08-eo-irc]
<shawn> wayne: most material from text books they have to use as is. whereas instrcutors want materail that they can waeve into their own approach. W3C WAi is one of the few that you can do that
<Jack> Wayne makes comment that professors really like to be able to add their own material. WAI provides material that they can do that.
<judy> ACTION: make the background links on w3c/wai to go to a background section on the resource page, not to different parts of the w3c & wai sites themselves [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/12/08-eo-irc]
<judy> wayne: emphasize the open-source-like nature of our web accessibility instructional materials
<judy> ACTION: replace bookmark w/ something stronger [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2006/12/08-eo-irc]
<judy> wayne: presentation support materials
<judy> wayne: and then "reading assignments"
<judy> jack: readings: concepts and topics
<judy> wayne: add the learning objective -- "orient new devs to user needs of individuals w/ disabilities"
The buzz word for learing objectives is now learning outcomes.
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