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WAI Handouts and WAI Flyer

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The following four handouts are available for you to print and distribute at conferences, presentations, and other outreach opportunities. You may use these as is, according to the W3C copyright and document use policies. Make sure to include the link to the online version for updates to the information.

We encourage you to provide accessible versions as needed by your audience. The links below include large print versions and files that can be used to generate Braille versions, which is often done by an outside vendor.

The "WAI Flyer" is being updated and is currently unavailable for distribution.

WAI Web Accessibility Resources

The WAI Resources handout was updated on 21 March 2008.
It is available in the following formats:

About Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2

The WCAG 2 handout was updated on 31 March 2008 and is out of date. We will provide an updated version soon. It is available in the following formats:

WCAG 2 at a Glance

The WCAG 2 at a Glance content was updated 17 October 2008. The print layouts in PDF were updated on 25 February 2009.

Including People with Disabilities in Design Projects

This handout was designed as a companion to the other handouts for usability specialists, human-computer interaction researchers, and such. It was updated on 31 March 2008, and is available in the following formats: