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Presentation at AHG2016 - Walk through WAI Resources
Date: 16 November 2016
Location: Accessing Higher Ground Conference, Boulder Colorado
Event: 2 1/2 hour hands-on presentation (recorded by organizers)
Presenters: Shawn, Sharron (+ Eric for Quick Ref)
About 30 live participants followed the slides and worked on their own laptops or local workstations where they could explore the resources and tools as they were introduced.
- Introduction to accessibility concepts
- Don't start with technical specification (Guidelines)
- Start by understanding need - People!
- WAI resources to help build understanding
- Create context for Technical Specifications
- Approaching the Guidelines
- Teaching and Evaluation Tools
- Web Accessibility Tutorials (note that a few of the modules are Draft versions)
- Easy Checks(high level look - not conformance validation]
- Before and After Demo(BAD)
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Evaluation Methodology (WCAG-EM) Defines an approach to evaluation.
- WCAG-EM Report Tool Online tool to capture and organize the manually collected test data using WCAG-EM methodology. Creates formatted report.
- Evaluation Tools List Un-curated list of testing tools submitted by the community.
- Use of email lists and GitHub
- Guidance on re-use of materials Using WAI materials
- Discussion of more formal participation options.
The workshop was highly interactive, received active feedback, participants signed in and even created a GitHub issue during the afternoon.