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Setting Up Resources for Web Accessibility Training
This page provides lists some advance preparation steps to help ensure that
demonstrations and accessibility of materials work smoothly.
Online presentations allow the presenter to demonstrate more Web sites and
W3C/WAI resources than do off-line presentations.
Online access can be unreliable for presentations. Downloading materials
in advance allows the presenter to run demonstrations locally if necessary.
An LCD projector and projection screen allows the presenter to dynamically
demonstrate resources from a laptop.
A VCR allows the presenter to show the video "Web Sites That Work" [link
will be provided].
Installing and testing text browsers, screen readers and/or voice browsers
in advance of a presentation allows the presenter to demonstrate how different
people access the Web.
Locating and become familiar with use of other assistive technologies such
as adapted keyboards can enable the presenter to demonstrate additional access
strategies used by people with disabilities.
Quick Tips for Accessible Web
Sites, business-card sized reference cards, can be a popular handout.
They can be
advance in a variety of languages.
WAI Flyers, a single-page introduction to WAI resources, can be ordered in
advance [link will be provided].
Some audience members may need braille, large print, tape or disk formats;
these are best arranged in advance.
Last updated October 12, 2000 by Judy Brewer
(firstname.lastname@example.org). This WAI Resource is
produced by the Education and Outreach Working Group.
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