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eClass D201: Accessible Web Design begins 26 May 2003

From: Kynn Bartlett <kynn@idyllmtn.com>
Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 08:18:31 -0700
To: WAI-IG <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
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Space is still available in the online course on Web accessibility
which starts next Monday, 26 May 2003.

D201:  "Accessible Web Design" from the International Webmasters
Association/HTML Writers Guild has been offered since 1998 and is the
leading online course in Web accessibility.  Taught by Web design
professionals Kynn and Liz Bartlett, the class features informative
reading assignments, thought-provoking hands-on exercises, and great
classroom interaction.  What's more, it's affordable and works around
YOUR schedule, as the class is taught 100% online via the IWA/HWG's
eClasses.org system.  There's no better value in learning Web
accessibility.

To enroll in the upcoming session, simply go to the D201 info site,
http://access.idyllmtn.com/d201/ and follow the link to the sign-up
page.  The cost is $180 for the seven-week course, or $80 for IWA/HWG
full members.  You can register until 2 June 2003, but if you sign
up early, you can guarantee your spot in the class and be ready for
the start of class on 26 May.

NOTE:  This class was originally announced with a new textbook;
        however, availability problems at Glasshaus have caused us
        to revert back to the original, "WEB Accessibility" by Mike
        Paciello.

Hope to see you in class!

      --Kynn Bartlett
        Instructor, D201

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Author, CSS in 24 Hours                       http://cssin24hours.com
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