On-line Navigation aids

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The following general navigation aids will appear in the top right corner of almost every slide:

In the main body of a slide, links will be provided to take you to other pages of important or associated information (if required).

In the current design, the bottom of each slide contains the following navigable items:

For browsers that support the ACCESSKEY attribute, you can press the appropriate "attention" key (it varies from browser to browser), then:

Finally, each slide ends with the following standardized information and links:

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Chuck Letourneau & Geoff Freed

W3C Web Accessibility Initiative

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