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Re: courses for designers and developers.

From: Greg Gay <greggay@rogers.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2016 09:42:27 -0500
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Message-ID: <9d7bfbee-ffc9-dbf7-a4e1-c3006cb8c1e9@rogers.com>
Hi Sean,

Most of the design courses at Ryerson University touch on accessibility, 
but not many get into any detail. Recognizing this, our provincial 
government sponsored the creation of the free Professional Web 
Accessibility Auditing Made Easy MOOC, a 4 week intensive course aimed 
primarily at Web developers (but also useful for designers), being 
offered through the Canvas Network.

The course has been well received via Course Central ( 

You can learn more about the course, and get registered for the next 
session that starts Nov 14, 2016



On 2016-11-07 8:12 PM, Sean Murphy (seanmmur) wrote:
> I am wondering if Universities, Third party trainers and the like 
> cover accessibility in their development and UX courses? If so, is 
> there any resources for different countries to indicate which training 
> organisations that cover this in their courses and what level of 
> quality the training is?
> Sean Murphy
> Accessibility Software engineer
> seanmmur@cisco.com
> Tel: +61 2 8446 7751      Cisco Systems, Inc.
> The Forum 201 Pacific Highway
> 2065
> Australia
> cisco.com
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