Re: introduction to gap analysis

Hi BernardWe put in some of the suggested changes. Some need further discussion. Please remind us to discuss ot next time you are on the call.

In the mean time this is just a first working draft so we have lots of time for additional changes

All the best

Lisa Seeman

Athena ICT Accessibility Projects 
LinkedIn, Twitter

---- On Mon, 18 Jan 2016 18:59:25 +0200 Bernard R.M.<> wrote ---- 

Hi Lisa, 
Hope all is well. I unfortunately will not be able to attend the meeting today as promised. I must submit some work in a few hours and am not finished as yet. 
However, I have made several comments in your document for you to consider. I have attached the file. 
All the best, 
Renaldo Bernard 
Psychologist, MSc Psych, MSc WebSci 
Marie Curie PhD Research Fellow 
Department of Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiology (IBE) 
Institute for Public Health and Health Services Research 
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich 
Marchioninistr. 17 
81377 Munich, Germany 
Visiting Research Fellow 
Academic Unit Psychology 
Faculty of Social and Human Sciences 
University of Southampton 
Highfield Campus 
Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK 
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On 17 Jan 2016, at 08:10, lisa.seeman <<>> wrote: 
Hi Folks 
Please find attached a short introduction to the gap analysis 
It will we followed by the summary of techniques, issues, and the table of user needs. 
I tried to get strait out the gate some examples of where people with disabilities may need extra help, so that if people only read a small amount they will have something to think about. 
The I had an introduction to the challenges and how we went about solving the challenges. 
Please take a look at it for this weeks call. The idea is to have our ideas consumable by the W3C. 
All the best 
Lisa Seeman 
Athena ICT Accessibility Projects<> 
LinkedIn<>, Twitter<> 
<gap analisis intro.doc> 

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