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Group Task Forces

Task Forces operate under specific Working Groups.

This page lists some active Task Forces in WAI Working Groups. Other Task Forces, including inactive ones, are listed on each Working Group's home page.

Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Task Force (Cognitive A11Y TF) under the Accessible Platform Architectures Working Group and the WCAG Working Group
Assisting Working Groups to produce techniques, understanding, and guidance documents, as well as updates to existing related W3C material that addresses the cognitive space.
Digital Publishing ARIA Task Force under the ARIA Working Group and the Digital Publishing Interest Group
Comparing existing vocabularies, including IDPF's EPUB Structural Semantic Vocabulary and ARIA Roles, to create a recommended list of digital publishing terms allowing for clear interaction with assistive technologies, easy reusability, and native validation.
HTML Accessibility Task Force under the Accessible Platform Architectures Working Group and the Web Platform Working Group
Reviewing existing features and proposing new features to ensure that HTML5 enables web accessibility to people with disabilities.
Low Vision Accessibility Task Force (LVTF) under the WCAG Working Group
Assisting Working Groups to address web accessibility issues specific to people with low vision.
Mobile Accessibility Task Force under the WCAG Working Group
Assisting Working Groups to produce techniques, understanding, and guidance documents, as well as updates to existing related W3C material that addresses the mobile space.
SVG Accessibility Task Force under the ARIA Working Group and the SVG Working Group
Identifying accessibility requirements and managing the progress of accessibility solutions in SVG2.
WAI-ARIA User Agent Implementation Task Force under the ARIA Working Group
Developing guidelines for interoperable user agent implementation of the WAI-ARIA specification. Primary focus now is mapping of content language features to accessibility API features.

If you would like to learn about participating in a Task Force, see: