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Re: WAI - Documentation and Procedures

From: <karl.hebenstreit@gsa.gov>
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 15:01:07 -0400
To: dine@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
cc: w3cwai <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>, w3c-wai-ig-request@w3.org
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Brooke -

The IBM Accessibility Center has some good example guideline/checklists
that you may find helpful.  These can be found at:


Karl Hebenstreit, Jr.
US General Services Administration
Office of Governmentwide Policy
Office of the Chief Information Officer
1800 F Street NW, Room G-12
Washington, DC  20405
E-mail:  Karl.Hebenstreit@gsa.gov
Websites: http://www.gsa.gov

                    "Brooke Dine"          To:     w3cwai <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>                 
                    <dine@ncbi.nlm.        cc:     (bcc: Karl F. Hebenstreit                  
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                    07/10/01 02:53                                                            

Hi all:

I feel that I'm hitting a new level of  learning with Section 508.  My
knowledge seems to be many of the workshops  that are offered by the agency
where I work. I know how to make a site  accessible on my own.  However,
now I need to create a requirements  document for the programmers who
manage our site. Almost  like the W3C/508 checklists, indicating exactly
what must be  overhauled and where (proper tagging, etc.).

I have never created such a document.  Has  anyone done this?  Are there
examples on the web I might download? As  always, your suggestions
are always appreciated and  insightful!

Brooke Dine
Information Specialist
National Center for Biotechnology  Information
Bethesda, MD 20894
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