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Re: W3C RDIG - Call for Position Papers - Notes

From: Marja-Riitta Koivunen <marja@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 02 Dec 2003 11:29:30 -0500
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To: "Sean Stapleford (TecAccess)" <SStapleford@TecAccess.NET>, <public-wai-rd@w3.org>
It is corrected now.

Also changed the registration etc. date info to this:
"Registration information and further event details will be announced in 
RDIG home page as soon as possible."

Mark you can change it again when you know the date.



At 09:05 PM 12/1/2003 -0500, Sean Stapleford (TecAccess) wrote:
>W3C Research and Development Interest Group
>  - Call for Position Papers:
>"Making Visualizations of Complex Information Accessible for People with 
>(Note - Event Date and Submission Due Date on this page are Incorect:
>"Tentative date for the first event is December 8, 2003.", and
>"Position papers are due by November 7, 2003 and should be sent to the 
>chair (<mailto:hakkinen@dinf.ne.jp>hakkinen@dinf.ne.jp) and W3C staff 
>contact (<mailto:wendy@w3.org>wendy@w3.org). This date has been extended. 
>Details will be provided soon."
>  - These are badly in need of updating!)
>These are part of the Articles, Notes, and Bookmarks that I am working from:
>California State University Northridge - Center On Disabilities
>Technology And Persons With Disabilities Conference 2001
>(Excellent Article - May just need updating and 'recycling'!)
>John A. Gardner
>E-mail: <mailto:John.Gardner@orst.edu>John.Gardner@orst.edu
>Vladimir Bulatov
>Science Access Project
>Department of Physics
>Oregon State University
>Corvallis, OR 97331-6507
>Adobe SVG Zone
>Accessible Diagrams
>Charts, diagrams, tables
>(Great collection of resources, although many hyperlinks are outdated)
>  - Charts, Graphs, Maps, Data Visualization and Reporting Tools
>(a company with an excellent system, with demos, of accessible Maps & Charts)
>Device helps blind computer users 'see'
>Commerce's NIST and National Federation of the Blind to Cooperate on 
>Development of Technology that Allows Blind Persons to 'Feel' Electronic Images
>Contact: <mailto:inquiries@nist.gov>inquiries@nist.gov
>John Roberts seems to be the Head of this Project
>E-mail: <mailto:john.roberts@nist.gov>john.roberts@nist.gov
>Phone 301-975-5683
>The Blind Audio Tactile Mapping System (BATS) project
>Stanford Interactive Workspaces Project
>Interactive Workspaces People
>I will try to contact as many appropriate individuals and groups that I 
>can; If anyone else has already established contact, or knows someone 
>involved personally, please let the group know!
>Sean Stapleford
>Senior Assistive Technology Tester
>TecAccess - <http://www.TecAccess.NET/>http://www.TecAccess.NET/
>(804) 749-8646
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