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Contacts for promotion

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Suggested format for listings:

  • What it is - contact person (who knows how to contact them). Notes on what types of material is most relevant for it/them.

General Web designer & developer

Note: One contact for each document being promoted may wish to set up a few Google Alerts with relevant phrases in order to monitor and document where references to that document are being made.

Lists & Misc:

Web Accessibility focused

Lists & Misc:

Blogs:

(COAT)]


Newsletters:

Disability focused

Organizations that have blogs, newsletters, lists, etc.:


Blogs:

  • LF Legal [especially for policies and standards harmonization)

Newsletters:

E-mail lists:

  • webwatch@accessplace.net (subscribed: Jennifer)
  • VICUG-L@LISTSERV.ICORS.ORG 285 members (subscribed: Jennifer)

Other:

  • ...

Miscellaneous Items That Need Closer Review/Consideration

  • See if any of these blogs seem worth hand-picking
  • See if any of these associations seem worth targeting

Ideas for columns

Brainstorms:

  • Mobile & accessibility overlap, how WAI's guidelines cover "mobile accessibility", cool new work on IndieUI
  • Difference between ARIA & accessibility
  • Using the Before and After Demonstration to understand and teach accessibility
  • Encouraging your authoring tool to meet ATAG, in order to make your life easier!
  • What is accessibility with future-oriented stuff
  • How WAI guidelines relates to other things in the world
  • Accessible gaming
  • Accessibility fuels innovation (e.g., many of the features of your mobile phone were initially developed for people with disabilities - including the phone itself ages ago!)
  • Why & How to Make Presentations Accessible to All
  • ...