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Still time to register for CalWAC 2008!

From: John Foliot <foliot@wats.ca>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 11:48:50 -0800
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Apologies for cross posting.

It is getting closer - the California Web Accessibility Conference
(http://www.knowbility.org/calwac/) is going to be held January 14 - 15,
2008 on the CSU, Long Beach campus.  Some session to be aware of include
accessibility standards and best practices based on the WCAG 2.0 guidelines.

A full-day session on AJAX and accessibility is available for Wednesday,
January 16 (separate cost).  Great opportunity for those looking to improve
access to dynamic Web page content.

More information below on what is going on, who will be speaking, and how to
register. 

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WHAT
The most comprehensive series of web and IT accessibility classes ever
offered! Register now for the third Annual California Web Accessibility
Conference (CalWAC 3) 

Learn to meet legal requirements and improve access to your IT resources for
millions more people - a market that Fortune magazines estimates at $1
trillion annually. 

Dates: January 14th & 15th, and optional full-day AJAX Session on Jan 16th,
2008

Location: California State University Long Beach.

WHAT'S NEW
New Instructors include recognized web and accessibility experts Molly
Holzschlag, Terry Thompson from the University of Washington and James Craig
of Apple. 

New classes on Rich Media, accessibility standards and emerging best
practices information just released from WCAG and TEITAC (Sec 508). 

Three Tracks to determine the right classes for your needs.
- Technical: for web developers, designers and programmers; 
- Content: for those charged with creating accessible documents including MS
Office, Open Office, Adobe PDF and web updates using Dreamweaver
- Administrative: for procurement officers, policy developers, and others
who need support in choosing standards and ensuring conformance

COST: Register by 12/28/2007 and receive a $70 discount

Early Bird Rates - by 12/28/2007

CalWAC 3: One day: $255 / Both days: $425
Post conference AJAX session: $395 Jan 16th 

3-day Package - 2 days of CalWAC classes and full-day post-conference
session: $720 

Regular Rates - after 12/28/2007
CalWAC 3: One day: $325 / Both days: $495
Post conference AJAX session: $395 Jan 16th 

3-day Package - 2 days of CalWAC classes and full-day post-conference
session: $790 

CalWAC 3 is brought to you by the generous support of CSU Chancellor's
Office 
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