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Re: Cognition (was Re: Suggested issues that may be addressed in next version of guidelines)

From: jonathan chetwynd <jonathan@signbrowser.free-online.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 4 Aug 1999 07:46:02 +0100
Message-ID: <003501bede45$31aa32e0$536e38d4@omnibook1>
To: "Chuck Hitchcock" <chitchcock@cast.org>, "Web Content Accessibility Guidelines" <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>, "Anne Pemberton" <apembert@crosslink.net>
http://www.cast.org/resources.html

this site evidently has links to many sites that are useful for those
learning to read.

However and this is the crux of why I am saying that research is not
helpful, difficult a position as that is to maintain, it is not directly
accessible to the intended end user but to their carers.

There are a huge number of sites like this available every major charity
concerned with LD has one at least.

WAI needs to produce a page or more that is directly accessible to a
different group than the one it currently helps.

Otherwise why should anyone else? They will cry off that they have not the
research funds....
jay@peepo.com

a www for those learning to read.

Please send us links to your favourite websites.
Our site www.peepo.com is a drive thru.
When you see a link of interest, click on it.
Move the mouse to slow down.
It is a graphical aid to browsing the www.
We value your comments.
Received on Wednesday, 4 August 1999 02:57:58 GMT

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