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Promoting Accessibility Statement
We very much welcome your help telling everyone about Developing an Accessibility Statement.
You are welcome to use the sample wording below for your own blog posts, newsletter articles, etc.
If you write a blog, newsletter article, or such, please let us know by sending e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll add it to our list. Thanks!
- Developing an Accessibility Statement
- Generate an Accessibility Statement
- Example of Minimal Accessibility Statement
- Example of Complete Accessibility Statement
Tweet ideas you can use
Develop an #accessibility statement for your website, mobile app, or other digital content with the new #W3C #WAI resource "Developing an Accessibility Statement" at: https://www.w3.org/WAI/planning/statements/ … More info in blog: https://www.w3.org/blog/2018/11/how-to-create-accessibility-statements/ -#a11y #wcag
Bonus in the newly published Developing an Accessibility Statement from the W3C WAI, a statement generator tool! Create a draft accessibility statement that you can download and edit for your own organization.
E-mail ideas you can use
EOWG planning & record keeping
For an example of a past campaign, see: Promoting Showcase Videos
Audiences & Messages for Outreach
Record of outreach and mentions
- Some feedback:
- 29 Nov 2018 — WAI tweet
- retweeted personally and via Intopia - Andrew Arch
- 29 Nov 2018 — WAI Announce & WAI IG emails
- 29 Nov 2018 — WAI home page news and feed
- 29 Nov 2018 — W3C home page news and newsletters
- 29 Nov 2018 — W3C Blog
Key points to get across in W3C's initial tweet, WAI IG e-mail, etc.? brainstorms: