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RE: questionnaire

From: PurpleTop <purpletop@rabbit.com.au>
Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2002 12:04:22 -0400
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To: w3c-wai-gl@w3.org

Hi Lisa,
Perhaps you could add under Vision a category of colour impairments.

Cheers,
Gian
-----Original Message-----
From: w3c-wai-gl-request@w3.org [mailto:w3c-wai-gl-request@w3.org]On Behalf 
Of Lisa Seeman
Sent: Thursday, 17 October 2002 11:05 AM
To: W3c-Wai-Gl@W3.Org (E-mail)
Cc: Ellen (E-mail)
Subject: questionnaire

I have written a short questioner for Peaple involved with web/disabilities 
in Israel to complete as a way to gather data needed to make the criteria


The idea is to translate the questionnaire to Hebrew and circulate it among 
the community. Before I translate it however I wanted to know if anyone 
feels that I have left out any important questions.

Please do not tell me any grammatical mistakes, they will be lost in the 
translation.


Questioner follows
-------------------------------------

In submitting this information, you are committing to answering every 
question honestly to the best of your ability. Where some information is 
conjecture or opinion please state so explicitly.


Name:
Email Address:

Do you have any objection to receiving email to discuses these matters 
further? yes / no

1, Please describe the extent of your experience with the following 
disabilities. Please be as specific as possible.  (for example - I teach a 
class of 20 dyslexics from 1999 until the present)

Visual impairment :
No vision
Very low vision

Cognitive impairment:
Dyslexia
Other LD  (describe)________
PDD
Autism
Mental retardation
Alzheimer's
Trauma
other Cognitive Disabilities  (describe)________

2, In your experience,  to what extent has a lack of vowels been a barrier 
to access for  the following disabilities?
(1 - none,  2 -  slight,  3  -  some ,  4 - significant,  5 extremely 
significant)

Visual impairment :
No vision
Very low vision

Cognitive impairment:
Dyslexia
Other LD  (describe)________
PDD
Autism
Mental retardation
Alzheimer's
Trauma
other Cognitive Disabilities  (describe)________

3, What level of conformance do you seek when becoming accessible?

A AA AA

4, What is your connection / interest in web accessibility? - check all 
that apply:

I have disabilities  (describe)________

I am involved in creating web content

I am involved with people with disabilities as a care giver or relative

Other (describe)________



5, Would your organization be interested in using an automatic tool , with 
a free proofing tool to add vowels to their web site?

Explain reasoning:



6, which of these statements expresses the way you feel. Select all that apply.

a, If I can not achieve conformance level AA I will not try to achieve any 
WCAG conformance level.

b, If it is too hard to achieve conformance level AA then I will try to 
achieve conformance level A for the whole document and claim conformance 
level AA or AAA to the checkpoints that I manage to conform to.

d, If it is too hard to to achieve conformance AA then I will only attempt 
to fulfill requirements for conformance level A.

c, Even with the help of automated vowelasion tools, there is no way that I 
will put vowels on my site

e, If vowels are not required I am committed to achieving at least AA 
conformance.



7, From where did you receive this questioner?



Additions comments:







Thanks you so much for taking to time to send this information.



All the best,

Lisa Seeman

UnBounded Access

Widen the World Web

<http://www.ubaccess.com/>http://www.UBaccess.com
Received on Monday, 21 October 2002 11:54:52 GMT

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