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Survey of Accessibility Advocates

From: DavidSloan <DSloan@computing.dundee.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2012 09:24:56 +0100
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Hi all

 

Apologies for cross-posting.

 

I would like to encourage list members to take part in our survey of
Accessibility Advocates:

http://goo.gl/hHKUv

 

The survey is being conducted by the eAccess+ network
(http://www.eaccessplus.eu) - a European Commission-funded network of
organisations who are promoting and supporting accessibility of ICTs,
particularly Web, digital TV and self-service terminals (ATMS, kiosks
etc) in industry and the public sector. One of our remits is to
understand more about the level of accessibility advocacy currently
taking place in Europe and elsewhere, and in particular the challenges
faced in successfully engaging more organisations to adopt accessible
ICTs.

 

Why should you take part? If you are in any way involved in promoting
and supporting accessibility, we want to hear from you. It's an
opportunity for us to gain a sense of the size and nature of the
accessibility community, and for people involved in accessibility to
report back on the challenges they face and the successes they have
achieved. eAccess+ will report back to the European Commission on our
findings, which will contribute to the future research and outreach
agenda in Europe - which in turn should bring wider benefit to
accessibility and ICT.

 

So while we are particularly keen to hear from people in Europe, we also
very much welcome responses from people around the world.

 

The survey will be open until April 30th; we will circulate our findings
as soon as they are published.

 

Many thanks in advance - here's the link again:

http://goo.gl/hHKUv

 

Best wishes

Dave (on behalf of eAccess+)

 

 


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