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Revision as of 18:13, 5 June 2014

EOWG wiki

See the W3C WAI Education and Outreach Working Group EOWG home page for information about EOWG and our work.

Main Things

wiki & github stuff:

WAI-ACT

Training related

Promotion and Outreach:

Evaluation pages:

Misc:

Technical Document Review

Notes:

  • EOWG review of technical documents should focus on understandability, approachability, and ease-of-use. Look at the introduction, abstract, background, use cases, and other such sections. You can usually skip the technical sections.
  • Make sure the Overview page is linked early in the Introduction and in the Abstract, as appropriate.
  • Have a pretty high "filter" — that is, we usually will comment only on significant issues and not bother with minor things.
  • Remember these are technical specifications/standards and have a different audience, format, and purpose that EO docs.
  • (If you have comments on technical aspects beyond the education & outreach perspective, please submit them yourself.)
  • Please write your comments as we would submit them as formal EOWG comments to the public-comments list.
    • Clearly indicate where in the document your comment applies. Provide a link to where it is in the document.
    • Briefly describe the issue.
    • Provide suggestion for revision. (EOWG can help refine this, but please provide a draft.)
    • See EOWG - Comment effectiveness e-mail
    • (Optionally, you can include additional notes for EOWG consideration or discussion.)

Reviews:

Archive: