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Best Practices Training Exchange on Web Accessibility
Thursday, 17 July 2003, Palo Alto, California, USA

This page: participation - registration - agenda - readings - hotel - transportation - venue - minutes

Participation

This Best Practices Training Exchange is an opportunity to demonstration and exchange training approaches and techniques among experienced trainers on different aspects of Web accessibility.

Participation in the Best Practices Training Exchange on 17 July is open to participants in good standing of W3C/WAI's Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) and to people involved in providing training on Web accessibility, including those who are helping build or train review teams for evaluating accessibility of Web sites.

The Best Practices Training Exchange is part of a three-day series of Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) meetings being hosted by Hewlett-Packard (HP) with additional support from Wells Fargo on the 16th-18th of July 2003. It also includes an Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) meeting on 16 July, and a Web Accessibility Training and Exchange on Friday 18 July, for which information on participation and pre-registration is available separately.

Registration

Application and pre-registration is required by 9 July 2003 for people participating in any part of the Best Practices Training Exchange. (Please note that there was a brief problem with the application/registration form on 24-25 June; should be fixed now; if any additional problems please email jbrewer@w3.org)

Agenda

The following is a proposed agenda for discussion and review. Comments to the EOWG mailing list (w3c-wai-eo@w3.org) welcome.

A revised, detailed agenda is available online.

Thursday 17 July 2003

Readings

Preliminary list of readings. Please revisit this page for updated information.

Hotel

Creekside Inn
[El Camino near Page Mill Road]
3400 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Reservation: 800 492-7335
Tel: 650-493-2411
 Fax: 650-493-6787

Discount room rate of $135 is available under "W3C-HP".
Driving directions (text)
Directions (map)

Transportation

About Palo Alto:

http://www.city.palo-alto.ca.us/about.html

From San Jose Airport via Highway 101 to the meeting site:

  1. Follow the signs to highway 101 north. In Palo Alto ( approximately 15 miles ) take the Oregon Expressway/Embarcadero exit, then choose the Oregon Expressway exit.
  2. Follow Oregon Expressway about 2 miles to El Camino Real (the first stop light after the underpass). At this intersection Oregon Expressway changes its name to Page Mill Road.
  3. Continue on Page Mill Road for about 1 more mile. You will pass the Hewlett-Packard corporate buildings on the corner of Hanover Street, on your left.
  4. At Peter Coutts Road, turn left. You may park anywhere; the Lobby and Visitor parking are the third driveway on the left.

B. From San Francisco Airport via Highway 101 to the meeting site:

  1. Follow the signs to highway 101 south. In Palo Alto ( approximately 30 miles ) take the Oregon Expressway/Embarcadero exit, then choose the Oregon Expressway exit two more times.
  2. Follow the directions in item A, 2 through 4, above.

C. From San Francisco Airport via Highway 280 to the meeting site:

  1. Follow the signs for highway 380 ( #380 originates at the airport; you can only go west from there).
  2. At the intersection of highways 380 and 280(approximately 2 miles), choose 280 south.
  3. In Palo Alto(approximately 30 miles)choose the Page Mill Road exit; turn left (east) at the end of the exit ramp.
  4. Continue on Page Mill Road about 2 miles, crossing Foothill Expressway.
  5. At Peter Coutts Road (second stoplight after Foothill Expressway), turn right. You may park anywhere; the Lobby and Visitor parking are the third driveway on the left.

Venue

Palo Alto, Ca
HP Corporate
Bldg. 15
3215 Porter Drive
M.I.T. conference room

Minutes

Minutes are available online


Last updated $Date: 2003/07/31 21:55:50 $ by Shawn Henry (shawn @w3.org)

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