[Accessibleweb] AccessibleWeb@U - The Accessibility of iTunes (fwd)

Rick Ells rells at u.washington.edu
Thu Sep 20 08:30:11 PDT 2007

Reminder - Hope you can join us today at 11:30am, MGH 015L

Special Guest: Pace Arko of Next Generation Technologies will
demonstrate software that improves accessibility to iTunes
for blind persons using Jaws for Windows.

Topic: Open discussion of accessibility issues relating
to Apple's iTunes program
Speakers: Open mike
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2007
Time: 11:30a.m. - 1:00p.m.
Location: Mary Gates Hall, Room 015L

Apple's iTunesU service (http://www.apple.com/support/itunes_u/)
is a service hosted by Apple that supports management and
distribution of educational audio and video content. The UW recently
signed a contract to use iTunesU for a UW Media Relations site for the
general public. Pilot projects using iTunesU to support courses are
underway too.

See the Daily article at...

To access iTunesU, you use the Apple iTunes program
(http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/). Unfortunately, the user
interface of iTunes has some significant accessibility problems.

For this session of AccessibleWeb at U, focus your accessibility skills
on the iTunes program, evaluate it, and then come and join us for
a discussion. One goal is to develop a clear list of problems we see
with this program that we can forward to Apple.
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