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RE: eBook project on Universal Design for the Web

From: Howard Kramer <howard.kramer@Colorado.EDU>
Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2013 14:51:54 -0600
To: Wayne Dick <wayneedick@gmail.com>
CC: "w3c-wai-eo@w3.org" <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>
Message-ID: <560EFE0644E31749BAA9887549F592B3DECC5D92D4@EXC4.ad.colorado.edu>
Hi Wayne,

In the upper right corner of the page is a link: "Log in/create account." Select that, then on the log in page, select the link: "request one." It's part of the first sentence: "To obtain a user account, you must request one." Fill out that form and then I'll get your request and approve your account.

-Howard

-----Original Message-----
From: Wayne Dick [mailto:wayneedick@gmail.com] 
Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2013 2:09 PM
To: Howard Kramer
Cc: w3c-wai-eo@w3.org
Subject: Re: eBook project on Universal Design for the Web

How do we log in.  It looks interesting.
Wayne

On 8/29/13, Howard Kramer <howard.kramer@colorado.edu> wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
>
> I may have mentioned on some of the calls that I'm working on an eBook 
> to accompany the online class I teach on: Universal Design for Digital 
> Media (btw - the focus is primarily on web design).
>
> The impetus for this really came out of the Continuing Ed. Department 
> where I teach out of. They wanted a free book they could offer 
> students for the class. Once the book is developed it can be offered 
> to anyone for free - for other courses or however folks choose to use 
> it. The plan would be to distribute it under a creative commons 
> agreement. The book would eventually be imported into an Indesign and 
> accessible ePub format. I've also listed it as a complementary project 
> for the Universal Design grant I'm working on (I know I've mentioned that).
>
> After talking with Shawn we decided it made sense to see if anyone 
> from EOWG wanted to contribute to the book. It's posted up on a wiki 
> at http://webdevgroupcu.org/wiki/index.php?title=Ebook. There's 
> content in the Introduction, Chapter 1, 2 & 11. You'll have to sign up 
> and request access to contribute to the book. I could port this over 
> to the EOWG wiki if the group decides they want to take this on as an 
> official EOWG project (Shawn - correct me if I'm phrasing this incorrectly).
>
> Another thought that occurred to me (I haven't shared this idea yet 
> with Shawn so feel free to close down this in the bud) was that many 
> of the topics in the book have already been done by EOWG in the 
> various resources developed by the group. We/I could import the 
> material where it fits in the book. The chapters that included EOWG 
> stuff could be credited to the group (and specifically the individual 
> folks who worked on that resource). Just a thought.
>
> I look forward to your feedback and possible collaboration.
>
> (BTW - Accessing Higher Ground early registration ends next Friday:
> http://accessinghigherground.org/
>
> Enjoy the holiday (or at least the week off), -Howard
>
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