Re: Reminder to contribute -- Re: AccessLearn Update: October 2017

Dear All —

Thank you to all that registered priorities. If you have not done so yet, please help us represent your priorities by adding your votes to our spreadsheet.  We will be presenting the preliminary results of the group prioritization of knowledge gap recommendations at Accessing Higher Ground (AHG) next week on November 16.

Our AHG session will share the important work of this group: The W3C Accessible Online Learning Community Group—what have we done and what should we do next<>?   If you plan be at the conference, we hope to connect with you there.

Warm Regards,
Mary and Dave

From:  Mary Ziegler
Date:  Monday, October 30, 2017 at 8:03 AM
To:  "<<>>"
Subject:  Reminder to contribute -- Re: AccessLearn Update: October 2017

Dear All —

We have extended our deadline. Please help us prioritize the 25 Proposed Actions to address knowledge gaps in accessible online learning guidance.

The spreadsheet link and and instructions are in email below, sent October 2nd.

We especially want to know your highest priority items. You can add your priority vote with an “x” in the appropriate column for each gap. Or, if the spreadsheet is not working for
you, please send us an email.

Thank you,
Mary and Dave

From: Mary Ziegler
Date: Monday, October 2, 2017 at 7:59 AM
To: "<<>>"
Subject: AccessLearn Update: October 2017
Resent-From: <<>>
Resent-Date: Monday, October 2, 2017 at 8:04 AM

Hi everyone,

Since our last update in August, the AccessLearn Community Group has completed the next step in our process:  we have rewritten the recommended actions for each gap to share with the W3C's Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) with the goal of identifying
an actionable step for each information gap in accessible online learning guidance.

To read these recommendations, please visit the link to our spreadsheet of gaps and recommended actions:

In column H, you will find "Proposed Actions to address gaps”

The EOWG has also requested we prioritize our list of 25 recommendations into categories high, medium, or low priority. We invite your participation in this prioritization process. To share your priorities, we invite you to use 1 of 2 options:

* In the spreadsheet, we have added 3 columns to the right of the recommendations for High, Medium, and Low Priority (columns J, K, L). These are open text fields for you to populate with comments as to why you would prioritize them in each category. If you
think a recommendation is High, please note that in the corresponding column.
* If you prefer to send email, send your top priority recommendations or some you feel are low priority to us.

David and I will collate and consolidate comments and share back priorities. Please send us your prioritization by *October 9th*

Thank you for your time and contributions,
Mary Ziegler and David Sloan

P.S. Previous threads of this conversation can be read on community site at

Received on Tuesday, 7 November 2017 14:29:04 UTC