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From: David Poehlman <poehlman1@home.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 10:16:19 -0400
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From: "Prof Norm Coombs" <nrcgsh@RITVAX.ISC.RIT.EDU>
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 10:07 AM
Subject: 2 online courses on accessible web design by EASI Oct. 29----

Two online courses on designing web sites for accessibility by users
disabilities provided by EASI both begin October 29 and run for a month.
Beginner Barrier-free Web Design and Advanced Barrier-free Web Design.
Registration and syllabus are available from the main course page

EASI has delivered online courses for a decade to over 5000 people.
courses are based on the new Federal Access Board's Section 508
and the long-established Web Accessibility Guidelines.  Both courses
extensive use of multimedia to enhance and clarify the lessons.  The
syllabi have links to webcast interviews with Doug Wakefield from the
Access Board and Judy Brewer from the Web Accessibility Initiative.
courses can be used to earn continuing education units, and both courses
are also part of the Certificate in Accessible Information Technology.

Which course is best for you?
Beginner Barrier-free Web Design direct url
Advanced Barrier-free Web Design http://easi.cc/workshops/advwb.htm

Below is a skeleton outline for both courses:

Beginner Barrier-free Web Design
Lesson 1: Introduction
Lesson 2: Images, animations and image maps.
Lesson 3: Multimedia
Lesson 4: Hypertext links and page orientation.</
Lesson 5: Graphs and charts.
Lesson 6: Scripts, applets, and plug-ins.
Lesson 7: Frames and tables.
Lesson 8: Check your work.
Lesson 9: Accessible Information Technology for Libraries
Lesson 10: Practical Resources for Disabled Student Service Staff

Advanced Barrier-free Web Design

Introduction: How people with disabilities use the web
Lesson Two: Walk a Mile in Our Shoes.
Lesson Three: General Design Principles: tables, forms etc.
Lesson Four: Images and Animations
Lesson Five: Accessible Multimedia: SMIL, Captions, etc.
Lesson Six: Scripts, Applets and Plug-ins
Lesson Seven: Cascading Stylesheets
Lesson Eight: The Evolving Web

To learn more about the Certificate in Accessible Information
go to:

Norman Coombs, Ph.D.
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