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From: <paulb@cc.usu.edu>
Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2005 14:14:40 -0600
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This is a notice about a webcast next week, related in part to the principles
identified by the WCAG working group:


Free Audio Webcast: Constructing a POUR Web Site
(POUR = Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, Robust)

Thursday, July 14, 2005, 3:00pm US Eastern Time. Join Paul Bohman, of WebAIM,
for this one-hour live event. The topic is on the next generation of Web
accessibility work in which principles, rather than techniques, take the center
stage. It takes some effort to switch from a techniques-centered mindset to a
principle-centered mindset, but the end result is a site that is more usable by
people with disabilities and not just "standards-compliant."

Register for the webcast at:

http://www.webaim.org/events/2005/pour/

Listeners can submit questions ahead of time or during the webcast.

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Also, WebAIM has released the latest version of its web accessibility CD-ROM:

The third edition of WebAIM's training CD-ROM is now available. This is WebAIM's
most comprehensive training product to date, with new and expanded information
on Cascading Style Sheets, Adobe Acrobat, Macromedia Flash, and dozens of other
topics, along with all of the core accessibility techniques and concepts you
have come to expect from WebAIM. This extensive reference material is the
equivalent of over 1000 printed pages, with hundreds of examples, plus all of
the WebAIM disability simulations, high quality videos, and much more.

http://www.webaim.org/products/training/


-- 
Paul Bohman
Director of Training Products and Services
WebAIM (Web Accessibility in Mind)
www.webaim.org
Utah State University
www.usu.edu
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