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Make Your Presentations Accessible to All

Do you remember a time when people around you broke out in laughter, but you didn't hear the joke? You could be doing a similar thing to your audience — leaving some people out.... Read on to learn how to make presentations, talks, meetings, and training accessible to all of your potential audience, including people with disabilities and others...
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Discover new ways of thinking about accessibility

As an employee of the W3C Web standards organization, you might think that I would say the most important thing to start with when addressing web accessibility is standards. I don't. I say the first step is learning how people with disabilities use the web. You might be surprised to learn that is the W3C's advice. We've now got it more clearly in writing, in the new document published today by the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI): Involving Users in Web Projects for Better, Easier Accessibility and...
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Towards better Web professionals

Good news come in twos: Within the span of a mere few weeks we have seen the opening of Opera's Web Standards Curriculum, and, announced today, the creation by the Web Standards Project of its WaSP Curriculum Framework as a follow-up to the publication of their education survey result. It's a good time to be a student in Web technologies…
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