[Accessibleweb] Learning about accessibility

Rick Ells rells at cac.washington.edu
Wed Mar 14 15:32:04 PDT 2007



I noticed a few messages on the STC AccessAbility Special Interest Group
email list about available accessible design courses. These look pretty
good:

Accessibility in interaction design
Open University
http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=2057

WebAxe Podcast and Blog - practical web design accessibility tips
http://webaxe.blogspot.com/

GAWDS - Guild of Accessible Web Designers
Introduction to WCAG AA, a self-training course
http://gawds.org/show.php?contentid=253

All three appear to be free and open to anyone.

Other tutorials I have found include...

Accessible Design: Best Practices
Ohio State University
http://www.wac.ohio-state.edu/tutorials/bestpractices/default.htm

Accessible Forms
WebSemantics
http://www.websemantics.co.uk/tutorials/accessible_forms/

Web Accessibility Learning Modules
California State University Fresno
http://www.csufresno.edu/webaccess/learningmodules/

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