The opening keynote speaker of this year's conference for web professionals in higher education is Shawn Henry, a recognized web accessibility advocate who leads education and outreach activities for the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
What does WAI stand for?
WAI stands for Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C)
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- World Association for the History of Veterinary Medicine
- Warwick Art History Web (University of Warwick; UK)
- Work at Home Woman
- Wales Arts International (UK)
- War Against Indiscipline (Nigeria)
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In 1997, the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the W3C undertook five complementary activities: ensuring that the core technologies of the Web support accessibility; developing guidelines for page authoring, user agents, and authoring tools; developing evaluation and repair tools for accessibility; conducting education and outreach; and tracking research and development that can affect the future accessibility of the Web.
Make accessibility a priority: Use the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (W3C, n.
Recommendations included: Camtasia Studio, Macromedia Tools, Microsoft Frontpage, Adobe GoLive, Yahoo Geocities, Evrsoft, Quia, Zoomerang, National Center for Accessible Media, Web Accessibility Initiative, and Bobby.
A spokesperson for the organisation said that the site has been awarded the RNIB's See it Right logo and conforms to level Double-A of the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Accessibility Initiative.
Some of these provisions include: * Mentoring Web sites should be accessible to youth with various disabilities (for more about how to make your Web site accessible, please visit the World Wide Web Consortiums' Web Accessibility Initiative, at http://www.