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Instructions for the "Components of Web Accessibility" Presentation and Step-by-Step Guide

Page Contents

The Components of Web Accessibility presentation and step-by-step guide [will be] available in 3 formats:

Other presentations are available from WAI Presentations.

What is in this Presentation/Step-by-Step Guide

Web accessibility depends on more than web developers. The Components of Web Accessibility presentation/step-by-step guide tells you about different people and technology components that each have a vital role in providing Web accessibility. It has 21 slides/pages that:

Step-by-Step Guide Instructions

This step-by-step guide runs in a web browser. If you do not have JavaScript, all topics are shown on one web page. With JavaScript, you can see individual topics in a page and use the following functionality:

IMPORTANT: Notes Section for Presentation Materials

The presentation slides themselves have limited text so that participants do not have to read much during a presentation. The Notes section contains important information.

Make sure you read the notes for each slide. The first one starts with: [NOTES SECTION: This is where the important information is for each slide.].

To view the Notes:

Advice for Presenters

See important information in How to Make Presentations Accessible to All and the Advice for Presenters section of the WAI Presentations page.

Permission and Reference

See the Permission and Reference section of the WAI Presentations page. The reference for this presentation is:

Components of Web Accessibility. Shawn Lawton Henry, ed. Copyright © 2010 W3C® (MIT, ERCIM, Keio). Status: Draft July 2009. www.w3.org/WAI/presentations/components/Overview

Credits for the images and information on permission to use the images are included in the Notes section where the image first appears.

Who Develops the Presentation

The Components of Web Accessibility presentation was developed by the WAI Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG), edited by Shawn Lawton Henry. Ian Pouncey, developed most of the [new] CSS [that we still need to implement on this one :-].

Comments are welcome to: wai-eo-editors@w3.org.