social factors for review for 9 January 2004 teleconference

EOWG folks,

> 2. Presenting the Case for Web Accessibility: Social Factors
> 	- significantly revised draft will be posted & notice sent to

I started a significant rewrite of the social factors page. The main
motivation for the rewrite is to more closely align with the goals and
audience for the Presenting the Case resource suite
(, which focuses
on a "business" perspective.

- new draft:
--- previous version:
--- version before last major rewrite (from March 2003):

- changelog sections from 2 most recent discussions:

At the teleconference, I would like to talk about if this is going in a
good direction.
* How does this general approach work?
* Does it address issues from the "business" perspective ?
* Does it provide the information relevant to a "business" case?
* Does it cover the broad idea of social factors as well as the specific
idea of corporate social responsibility (as requested in previous
discussion) ?
* Is it "tangible" (as requested in previous discussion) ?
* Is it the right amount of detail? Too much? Too little?
* Are the important points covered appropriately? Is anything missing?
Is something there that doesn't belong?

Looking forward to your input!

~ shawn

Shawn Lawton Henry
W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
phone: +1.617.253.8788

Received on Thursday, 8 January 2004 16:43:10 UTC