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Documenting EOWG Impact
Let's use this wiki page as the project page and requirements analysis for W3C Accessibility Education and Outreach and for a potential survey.
- Examples of similar information in 2017 and 2020:
- Sources of information:
- where EOWG puts rough info that we might want to use: 2019-2021 Mentions of EOWG & other WAI resources
- Sharron asked EOWG participants to talk to their AC Reps
- Kris Anne asked ???
- Brent and Shawn asked Janina S. (Invited Expert) and Matthew A. (TPGi)
- ? Sharron will talk with Léonie Watson
- ? Shawn might talk with Tzviya Siegman, Avneesh Singh, and/or other W3C AB members
Purpose, goals, objectives
- Demonstrate the value of the work of EOWG
- Get support for accessibility education and outreach to be a priority with the W3C "legal entity" that is finalizing development in 2022
- Get support ahead of EOWG re-chartering in 2023 (to limit the amount of time and energy we need to expend addressing objectives or comments on the charter)
- Document how EOWG resources are used for various use cases (e.g., future funding)
Audience, user scenarios
- Legal entity decision-makers and influencers: W3C Advisory Board, Team Management, Steering Council (hosts), ...
- AC Reps (who vote on the charter)
and anyone who influences above
Ideas for approach for getting info
- Reaching out to key AC Reps for support and testimonials
- Survey of EOWG Participants gathering information on the usage of WAI site materials and resources. Survey of public. [slh: +1 for EOWG survey. for public, not yet convinced this is efficient or effective way to reach goals?]
- EOWG talking with non-participant accessibility community acquaintances about their perceptions and use of WAI site materials and resources (collect documentation) [slh: what would we expect to get from this?]
- Ask people how they would go about teaching and implementing Accessibility if the WAI site didn't exist - Do they know and rely on other resources or depend on WAI resources created through international group consensus [slh: what would we expect to get from this?]
(that is, what will go in W3C Accessibility Education and Outreach or elsewhere?)
... @@ draft outline and notes on content for each section, e.g., ideal length for testimonials, target testimonials from members, others, ...
- Who? - who is using the resources that we produce?
- Students? (Future a11y professionals?)
- How are they used?
- Help people understand the standards?
- Bringing awareness to accessibility?
- Are people developing training with them?
- Used to support organizational/company internal accessibility policy?
- Are people pointing to them so others can self-study?
- Used to create presentations that support accessibility?
- Triggering research projects to fill research gaps?
- What pages do they use most?
- In the survey, do we link to the main WAI page?
- Do they find themselves consistently sharing the same pages?
- What resources would you find useful?
- Do you think this is a road we want to go down?
What industry do you currently work in?
- Private Company
- Non-Profit Organization
Brainstorm of Potential Questions for a Survey:
- Do you have a resource that you find yourself sharing with colleagues or customers most often?
- Who do you share resources with most?
- Which resources do you use and cite in the development of training or presentations? Please Explain?
- Which resources do you use in research for writing articles or research papers? Usability studies?
- What resources have you used in the recent past that you think are of particular importance or value to your business?
- How does EO help your organization solve, or perhaps alleviate, any of their accessibility challenges?
- What industry do you work in?
- Is your organization a W3C member?