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[DRAFT] How People with Disabilities Use the Web

Editors Draft: $Date: 2011/04/01 15:25:28 $ [changelog]
Status: This document is an in-progress draft and should not be referenced or quoted under any circumstances. Please send comments to wai-eo-editors@w3.org (a publicly archived list).
The current posted version of this document is available from http://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/people-use-web/.


Contributers to this version

Andrew Arch, Shawn Lawton Henry, Suzette Keith, Sylvie Duchateau, Liam McGee, Sharron Rush, Michael Stenitzer, Pierre Guillou, Jeniffer Sutton, Wayne Dick, Helle Bjarnö, William Loughborough, and participants of the WAI-AGE Task Force and the Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG).

This is a draft in progress, we appologize if someone has been forgotten. Please contact Shadi Abou-Zahra with comments.

Some initial material drawn from Gregg Vanderheiden and Kate Vanderheiden.

Additional contributions from Kathleen Anderson, Andrew Arch, Harvey Bingham, Helle Bjarnø, Alan Cantor, Alan Chuter, Dave Clark, Libby Cohen, Cynthia Curry, Deborah Dimmick, Sylvie Duchateau, Julie Howell, Ian Jacobs, Marja-Riitta Koivunen, Chuck Letourneau, William Loughborough, Charles McCathieNevile, Sailesh Panchang, Doyle Saylor, Sheela Sethuraman, Henk Snetselaar, Jeff Turner, Carlos Velasco, Eric Velleman, and participants of the Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG).