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Re: TIDE Movies

From: Judy Brewer <jbrewer@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 09 Oct 1998 11:10:44 -0400
Message-Id: <3.0.5.32.19981009111044.00ab2510@localhost>
To: "Kevin Carey" <humanity@atlas.co.uk>, <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>
Cc: "Helen Petrie" <H.L.Petrie@herts.ac.uk>, "Daniel Dardailler" <danield@w3.org>, "Peter Bosher" <peter@soundlinks.com>, "Steve Tyler" <styler@rnib.org.uk>
Kevin,

It appears that the two outlines below are the same, with the exception of
the addition of 8.c in the second video.

Could you check your notes and re-send please?

Thank you,

Judy

At 10:06 AM 10/8/98 +0100, Kevin Carey wrote:
>Email:	Judy Brewer and EOWG List
>Subject: 	TIDE Movies
>Date: 	6.x.98.
>Copies: 	styler@rnib.org.uk, Peter Bosher, Daniel Dardailler, Helen
>Petrie, Christine Booth (by snail)
>
>I would be grateful for any suggestions on major points in respect of the
>following outlines of two ten-minute films to be shot in the United
>Kingdom in November and edited in December.
>
>1. General film on WAI
>
>1. What is the Internet
>2. What is the WEB
>3. What's the difference between email and the Web
>4. Cut to T.B-L
>5. Example of lovely looking Web site 
>6. Show inaccessibility to various groups of people
>7. That brought about WAI cut to JB for background/history: W3C; ADA,
>White House, European Union; Progrmme Office
>8. Explanation of two levels of WAI intervention:
>  a) Access within tools
>  b) Design of Web Pages
>9. Examples of bad and good from point of view of visually impaired,
>hearing impaired, keyboard impaired, learning difficulties
>10. Cite disability law (country dependent)
>11. Draw general concusion, upbeat, on design for all.
>
>1-4 		2 minutes 
>5-7 		3 minutes
>8-9 		4 minutes
>10-11 	1 minute.
> 
>2. For Potential employers.
>
>1. What is the Internet
>2. What is the WEB
>3. What's the difference between email and the Web
>4. Cut to T.B-L
>5. Example of lovely looking Web site 
>6. Show inaccessibility to various groups of people
>7. That brought about WAI cut to JB for background/history: W3C; ADA,
>White House, European Union; Progrmme Office
>8. Explanation of three levels of WAI intervention:
>  a) Access within tools
>  b) Design of Web Pages
>  c) Optimising and customising hardware and software; the final 
>     link for individuals and IT managers
>9. Examples of bad and good from point of view of visually impaired,
>hearing impaired, keyboard impaired, learning difficulties
>10. Cite disability law (country dependent)
>11. Draw general concusion, upbeat, on design for all.
>
>1-4 		1 minute
>5-7 		3 minutes
>8 		2 minutes
>9 		2 minutes
>10-11 	2 minutes.
>
>What I'm looking for is advice on whether we've covered what people think
>should be covered or whether there are major elements which we have left
>out. Comments on the allocation of time would also be welcome. Although a
>lot of the footage will be in common on general points, the voice-over
>script and actuality will be different, reflecting the two different
>audiences.
>
>Would be grateful for comments under subject line "TIDE Movies" by
>15.x.98.
>
>Yours
>
>
>KEVIN CAREY
>
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Judy Brewer    jbrewer@w3.org    +1.617.258.9741    http://www.w3.org/WAI
Director, Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) International Program Office
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
MIT/LCS Room NE3-355, 545 Technology Square, Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA
Received on Saturday, 10 October 1998 16:17:07 UTC

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