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RE: Add TABs to Central Document

From: Jon Gunderson <jongund@staff.uiuc.edu>
Date: Mon, 08 Jun 1998 10:05:15 -0500
Message-Id: <3.0.5.32.19980608100515.00890390@staff.uiuc.edu>
To: "David Clark" <dmclark@cast.org>, <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>
I don't think we need to use the term, but just expand the list of people
who benefit from using the guidelines.  I don't think jaron like TABs is
useful when being read by people unfamilar with the discipline.
Jon


At 05:25 PM 6/5/1998 -0400, David Clark wrote:
>I am not sure we want to use the exact term "tab" in the doc. Although the
>concept is correct, I see it as a pejoritive term used by us when talking
>among ourselves.
>
>David Clark
>CAST, Inc.
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From:	w3c-wai-gl-request@w3.org [mailto:w3c-wai-gl-request@w3.org] On Behalf
>Of Wendy A Chisholm
>Sent:	Friday, June 05, 1998 4:33 PM
>To:	Jon Gunderson
>Cc:	w3c-wai-gl@w3.org
>Subject:	Re: Add TABs to Central Document
>
>something like this?
>
>Temporarily Able-Bodied (TAB)
>The term Temporarily Able-Bodied (TAB) indicates that many people will
>become disabled, either temporarily or permanently, at some point in their
>lives.  A disability can be the result of injury, illness, age, or
>circumstance.  Instances of temporary disabilities (not caused by injury or
>illness) include:  working in a noisy environment, working in environments
>where noise is not tolerated (e.g., libraries, work cubicles, and at home
>when children are sleeping),  and instances when hands and eyes are busy
>(e.g., driving a car).
>
>--w
>
>At 10:47 AM 6/4/98 , Jon Gunderson wrote:
>>Could we add a section in the central document on Temporarily able bodied.
>>Marja-Riitta Koivunen wrote to the UA list and I agree we need a section
>on:
>>
>>The link (in UA guidelines) behind "one or more users" is good. However
>>shouldn't we include also TABs (temporary di-sappled) to this list and
>>explain how these features benefit also people in noisy environments,
>>environ-ments were noise is not tolerated (library, cubicles area, when
>>children are asleep etc.), people with wi-reless devices, people whose
>>hands are tied or concentration is low (e.g. driving a car) etc. etc. This
>>would emphasize the benefits to almost everyone in some environment.
>>
>>
>>Jon Gunderson, Ph.D., ATP
>>Coordinator of Assistive Communication and Information Technology
>>Division of Rehabilitation - Education Services
>>University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign
>>1207 S. Oak Street
>>Champaign, IL 61820
>>
>>Voice: 217-244-5870
>>Fax: 217-333-0248
>>E-mail: jongund@uiuc.edu
>>WWW:	http://www.staff.uiuc.edu/~jongund
>>	http://www.als.uiuc.edu/InfoTechAccess
>>
>
>
Jon Gunderson, Ph.D., ATP
Coordinator of Assistive Communication and Information Technology
Division of Rehabilitation - Education Services
University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign
1207 S. Oak Street
Champaign, IL 61820

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