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Results of Questionnaire EOWG Review: Training Resource Suite

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This questionnaire was open from 2012-10-18 to 2012-11-21.

10 answers have been received.

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  1. Support for publishing and announcing the pages as drafts for public review
  2. Overview page
  3. Topics page
  4. Presentation Outlines page
  5. Workshop Outline page

1. Support for publishing and announcing the pages as drafts for public review

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
I support publishing these Training pages as they are 8
I support publishing these Training pages; however, I suggest the changes in the comments sections below (for editors' discretion) 2
I support publishing these Training pages only with the changes in the comments sections below
I do not support publishing these Training pages, because of the comments in the comments sections below
I abstain (not vote)

Details

Responder Support for publishing and announcing the pages as drafts for public review
Sharron Rush I support publishing these Training pages as they are
Andrew Arch I support publishing these Training pages as they are
Wayne Dick I support publishing these Training pages as they are
Suzette Keith I support publishing these Training pages as they are
Jennifer Sutton I support publishing these Training pages as they are
Shadi Abou-Zahra I support publishing these Training pages; however, I suggest the changes in the comments sections below (for editors' discretion)
Ian Pouncey I support publishing these Training pages as they are
Vicki Menezes Miller I support publishing these Training pages as they are
Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo I support publishing these Training pages as they are
Sylvie Duchateau I support publishing these Training pages; however, I suggest the changes in the comments sections below (for editors' discretion)

2. Overview page

Overview
For each comment, remember to indicate if it is a suggestion for editor's discretion or if you feel it must be addressed before this version is published.

Details

Responder Overview page
Sharron Rush
Andrew Arch
Wayne Dick It is excellent
Suzette Keith Excellant
Jennifer Sutton
Shadi Abou-Zahra priority: important to be addressed before publication
location: intro sentence
current wording: WAI offers materials for speakers and trainers
suggested revision: WAI offers materials for speakers, lecturers, educators, and other trainers
rationale: we use the term "trainers" throughout the suite to reference all types of educators including university lecturers, college teachers, and other (non-commercial) educators who may not consider themselves to be trainers (side note: I wonder if the term "presenter" is better than "trainer"?)

priority: important to be addressed before publication
location: notes section
current wording: We encourage you to share accessibility information
suggested revision:
rationale: love it!
Ian Pouncey
Vicki Menezes Miller
Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo
Sylvie Duchateau If possible before publication, but at editor's discretion:
Nearly last paragraph on the page.
Rationale: links are not really clear as they are url. It would be clerer to indicate the name of the document rather than it's link, or add the url beside the link.
Actual wording: "it's fine to say that you don't know the answer. That is a great opportunity to look for the answer on the
http://www.w3.org/WAI/yourWAI
with your audience, or say that you will find the answer later and ask the question on the
http://www.w3.org/WAI/IG/#mailinglist."
Proposal: it's fine to say that you don't know the answer. That is a great opportunity to look for the answer on the
your wai page at: http://www.w3.org/WAI/yourWAI
with your audience, or say that you will find the answer later and ask the question on the
WAI-ig interest list at http://www.w3.org/WAI/IG/#mailinglist.

3. Topics page

Topics
For each comment, remember to indicate if it is a suggestion for editor's discretion or if you feel it must be addressed before this version is published.

Details

Responder Topics page
Sharron Rush
Andrew Arch
Wayne Dick
Suzette Keith Excellant
Jennifer Sutton
Shadi Abou-Zahra priority: medium
location: Introducing Web Accessibility
current wording: WAI guidelines as the international standard for web accessibility
suggested revision: WAI guidelines and [standards / resources / specifications] as the international standard for web accessibility
rationale: broaden the scope from the guidelines only to include other WAI work, in particular WAI-ARIA and IndieUI (but also the very important EO resources!) - together they define web accessibility... (note: we use "WAI standards and guidelines" in "Components of Web Accessibility" section)

priority: mild
location: Introducing Web Accessibility
current wording: Question: Ask attendees
suggested revision: Example question: Ask attendees or Example activity: Ask attendees
rationale: (1) highlight that this is only an example even though the section is called "suggestions for speakers", (2) it is really more of an activity or discussion rather than a question

priority: medium
location: Components of Web Accessibility
current wording: authoring tools
suggested revision: tools used by content authors
rationale: authoring tools is kind of jargony?

priority: medium
location: Migrating to WCAG 2
current wording: Tip: Communicating migration
suggested revision: Tip: Remind participants that communicating migration or Explain to participants ...
rationale: it is really a tip for the participants rather than for the presenter

priority: mild
location: Accessibility and the Mobile Web
current wording:
suggested revision: Tip: Use Independent User Interfaces (IndieUI) to attract advanced web developers to leading edge accessibility work and how it is relevant to many others
rationale: think IndieUI is often an attention-graber for geeky developers (at least currently) and raises their attention that accessibility is not only about alt-tags

priority: strong
location: Conformance Evaluation for Web Accessibility
current wording: Conformance Evaluation of Web Sites for Accessibility (link)
suggested revision:
rationale: confirm that this title will remain - I suspect it may change very soon, at least to change "Web Sites" to "Websites"?
Ian Pouncey I think this is a great general resource, not just for training. I can replace a lot of bookmarks with this one page!
Vicki Menezes Miller
Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo
Sylvie Duchateau fAt edditor's discretion, for future edit:
In 14: "web accessibility and older users".
Paragraph suggestion for speakers: may be showing videos may not be sufficcient. It could be helpful to show the audience some simulations of sight reduction, letting them use another pointing device, enlarging font size on a browser, letting them use the mouse with the other hand and so on...
In 15, accessibility and the mobile web: paragraph audience. You have the word "audience twice". Before publication, delete one of the "audience:".

4. Presentation Outlines page

Presentation Outlines
For each comment, remember to indicate if it is a suggestion for editor's discretion or if you feel it must be addressed before this version is published.

Details

Responder Presentation Outlines page
Sharron Rush
Andrew Arch
Wayne Dick Excellent
Suzette Keith Excellant
Jennifer Sutton
Shadi Abou-Zahra priority: strong
location: Using an accessible web
current wording:
suggested revision: add Useful resource: Better Web Browsing: Tips for Customizing Your Computer
rationale: think this resource is very relevant to this topic and should be referenced prominently (not only under the respective Topics as it may be missed)

priority: mild
location: Using an accessible web
current wording:
suggested revision: add a tip to reuse content from "Better Web Browsing: Tips for Customizing Your Computer" as handouts, course material, exercise material, or whatever
rationale: think this resource can be used in many ways to support training on this topic, and presenters may not immediately make that connection

priority: strong
location: Accessible web design
current wording:
suggested revision: add "Involving Users" somewhere, probably as "Useful resource" and under "Designing accessible websites with WCAG 2", or maybe as a tip or note instead
rationale: think this resource is very relevant to this topic and should be referenced prominently (not only under the respective Topics as it may be missed)
Ian Pouncey
Vicki Menezes Miller
Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo
Sylvie Duchateau

5. Workshop Outline page

Workshop Outlines
For each comment, remember to indicate if it is a suggestion for editor's discretion or if you feel it must be addressed before this version is published.

Details

Responder Workshop Outline page
Sharron Rush
Andrew Arch
Wayne Dick Excellent
Suzette Keith Excellant
Jennifer Sutton
Shadi Abou-Zahra priority: for editors' discretion
location: throughout
current wording:
suggested revision: consider adding the mobile topic, accessibility web design topic, and quick check topic? maybe for future wishlist? maybe can do a compromise
rationale: think these topics are very important but it may be a significantly different scope than the current one. Quick Check and Mobile are mentioned but not very prominently (not visible from skimming the outline) and accessible web design isn't mentioned at all.
Ian Pouncey
Vicki Menezes Miller
Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo
Sylvie Duchateau

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Non-responders

The following persons have not answered the questionnaire:

  1. Judy Brewer <jbrewer@w3.org>
  2. Eric Velleman <evelleman@bartimeus.nl>
  3. Roberto Castaldo <r.castaldo@webprofession.com>
  4. Shawn Henry <shawn@w3.org>
  5. Helle Bjarnø <jor@socialstyrelsen.dk>
  6. Brian Stonebridge <brian.stonebridge@agimo.gov.au>
  7. Pasquale Popolizio <p.popolizio@webprofession.com>
  8. Liam McGee <liam@taxonomics.co.uk>
  9. Swaran Lata <slata@mit.gov.in>
  10. Eric Eggert <ee@w3.org>
  11. Massimiliano Navacchia <massimiliano@navacchia.it>
  12. Bim Egan <bim.egan1@gmail.com>
  13. Scott Hollier <scott.hollier@mediaaccess.org.au>
  14. Wilco Fiers <w.fiers@accessibility.nl>
  15. Somnath Chandra <Schandra@mit.gov.in>
  16. Jason Bell <jason.bell@actionforblindpeople.org.uk>
  17. Reinaldo Ferraz <reinaldo@nic.br>
  18. Jonathan Metz <metzessible@gmail.com>
  19. Howard Kramer <hkramer@colorado.edu>
  20. Anna Belle Leiserson <ableiserson@gmail.com>
  21. Paul Schantz <paul.schantz@csun.edu>
  22. Vivienne Conway <v.conway@webkeyit.com>
  23. Jan McSorley <jan.mcsorley@pearson.com>
  24. Monique Viengkhou <monique.viengkhou@hp.com>
  25. Anthony Fernando <anthony.fernando@pearson.com>
  26. Kevin White <kevin@w3.org>
  27. Lydia Harkey <LHarkey@suddenlink.net>
  28. Brent Bakken <brent.bakken@pearson.com>
  29. Melody Ma <melody.yy.ma@gmail.com>
  30. Dale Cruse <dale.cruse@deque.com>

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