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Updated Resource: Content Author Modules in Curricula on Web Accessibility
Curricula on Web Accessibility now has new content author modules. This curricula provides a framework for creating courses on digital accessibility, for including accessibility in other courses, and for reviewing and comparing existing and proposed courses. The September 2022 publication adds new content author modules. These modules focus on teaching accessibility to writers, editors, content creators, and content publishers.
New Resource: Accessibility Course List
Course List - Digital Accessibility Education, Training, and Certification includes publicly-available courses around the world. We expect to add more courses in the coming weeks. We invite course providers to submit your courses. We may also revise the user interface based on additional user feedback. Please send any comments by 17 October 2022.
Call for Implementations: WCAG 2.2 Candidate Recommendation
WCAG 2.2 is now officially a ‘Candidate Recommendation’. We’re seeking examples of how the new ‘success criteria’ are implemented in websites and web apps. We plan to publish the finalized WCAG 2.2 in December 2022. Please see status and updates in What’s New in WCAG 2.2 Draft. Please submit implementations and any comments by 4 October 2022.
For Review: Accessibility Maturity Model - Group Draft Note
The Accessibility Maturity Model Draft Note is available for review and comment. The document is designed to help organizations track and improve the accessibility of their products, services, and internal support of people with disabilities. For more information, see the blog post that addresses "Why Does Accessibility Need a Maturity Model?". Please submit any comments by 16 October 2022.
Updated: Making Events Accessible - Checklist for meetings, conferences, training, and presentations that are remote/virtual, in-person, or hybrid
Making Events Accessible: Checklist for meetings, conferences, training, and presentations that are remote/virtual, in-person, or hybrid is updated. It helps presenters, participants, and organizers make events inclusive, particularly to people with disabilities. This benefits everyone, particularly international participants.
Accessibility of Remote Meetings - Note Published
Making Events Accessible:
Checklist for meetings, conferences, training, and presentations that are remote/virtual, in-person, or hybrid now has a more detailed companion resource: Accessibility of Remote Meetings. Accessibility of Remote Meetings provides guidance on selecting an accessible remote meeting platform and creating accessible remote meeting platforms. It addresses issues for hosting and participating in remote meetings and hybrid meetings.
Multimedia Synchronization Accessibility User Requirements - Note Published
Synchronization Accessibility User Requirements ("SAUR") describes accessibility-related user needs and requirements for audio and visual media synchronization. It covers synchronization of captions, sign language interpretation, and description. The requirements are applicable to multimedia content in general, as well as to real-time communication applications and to media in immersive environments.
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