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Developing Policies
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Implementation Plan for Web Accessibility

introduction - responsibilities - assessment - policy - software - training - development - promotion - monitoring - [outline]

Introduction

Introduction

After an organization makes a commitment to make its Web site accessible, it is important to plan for implementation of accessibility. This page lists detailed considerations for the planning process, followed by resource pages with more information. Actual implementation plans, as well as the optimal order of the steps, will vary from organization to organization.

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Establish Responsibilities

Conduct Initial Assessment

Develop Organizational Policy

Select Software

Provide Training

Develop Accessible Web Site

Promote Organizational Awareness

Monitor Web Site Accessibility


Last revised: $Date: 2002/10/11 05:17:38 $

Editors Judy Brewer, Sarah Horton, and Participants of the Education and Outreach Working Group. Comments welcome at wai-eo-editors @w3.org.

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