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Training Resource Suite for Web Accessibility

This set of training resource pages outlines strategies and resources which can be useful in preparing training sessions on Web accessibility.

These resource pages are intended to be used by experienced trainers, with expertise in W3C's Web accessibility solutions. Specific approaches described in these materials are intended as suggestions only; any training should be customized for the individual audience.

1. Determine audience's objectives

2. Develop curriculum

3. Choose training modules

4. Examine other trainers' perspectives

5. Set up resources in advance

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Last updated 27 February, 2002 by Judy Brewer ( This WAI Resource is produced by the Education and Outreach Working Group. Please send comments and updates to

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