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Implementation Plan for Web Accessibility

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After an organization makes a commitment to make its Web site accessible, it is important to plan the process for implementing accessibility. This page outlines considerations for the planning process. Actual implementation plans will vary from organization to organization, and optimal order of the steps below will also vary.

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expand detailEstablish Responsibilities

expand detailConduct Initial Assessment

collapse detailDevelop Organizational Policy

expand detailSelect Software

expand detailProvide Training

expand detailDevelop Accessible Web Site

expand detailPromote Organizational Awareness

expand detailMonitor Web Site Accessibility

Note: This document is an initial draft [see change log in progress] and should not be referenced or quoted under any circumstances. This document is under development by the Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG), and will be offered to other W3C groups and the public for review.

Last updated 27 February, 2002, by Judy Brewer, primary editing by Sarah Horton with assistance from Members of the Education and Outreach Working Group.

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