[Micronet] Video of June 8 Webnet meeting now available: The Benefits of Making Your Applications Accessible

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[Micronet] Video of June 8 Webnet meeting now available: The Benefits of Making Your Applications Accessible

Natalie Kato
Hi everyone,

If you were unable to attend the June 8 Webnet meeting featuring WebAccess entitled "The Benefits of Making Your Applications Accessible", or have been wanting to see it again, the video of the presentation is now available in three places:

Webcast: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kDWXdY9yhY (available as video, or audio only)
iTunes U: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kDWXdY9yhY (available as video, or audio only)
YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kDWXdY9yhY  (this version is captioned)


This presentation seeks to help all web developers on campus understand why they should keep accessibility in mind when creating their applications.

The panel discussion, moderated by Berkeley CIO Shel Waggener, features IST-Web Applications Manager Bill Allison and L&S Director of Computing Tom Holub, two campus IT leaders who have been tireless accessibility advocates. The panel also features Jon Mires, an accessibility expert with the Center for Accessible Technology, a local non-profit organization that, among other things, provides consulting services to corporations, libraries, and government entities on creating accessible websites.

The panel members each speak about their experience creating accessible web content and what they have found to be the result.


Natalie Kato
Webnet Steering Committee
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Re: [Micronet] [Webnet] Video of June 8 Webnet meeting now available: The Benefits of Making Your Applications Accessible

Lynn Zummo
The videos are also available on the Webnet site in the Resources section.

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Natalie Kato wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
> If you were unable to attend the June 8 Webnet meeting featuring
> WebAccess entitled "The Benefits of Making Your Applications
> Accessible", or have been wanting to see it again, the video of the
> presentation is now available in three places:
>
> Webcast: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kDWXdY9yhY (available as video,
> or audio only)
> iTunes U: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kDWXdY9yhY (available as
> video, or audio only)
> YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kDWXdY9yhY  (this version is
> captioned)
>
>
> This presentation seeks to help all web developers on campus understand
> why they should keep accessibility in mind when creating their applications.
>
> The panel discussion, moderated by Berkeley CIO Shel Waggener, features
> IST-Web Applications Manager Bill Allison and L&S Director of Computing
> Tom Holub, two campus IT leaders who have been tireless accessibility
> advocates. The panel also features Jon Mires, an accessibility expert
> with the Center for Accessible Technology, a local non-profit
> organization that, among other things, provides consulting services to
> corporations, libraries, and government entities on creating accessible
> websites.
>
> The panel members each speak about their experience creating accessible
> web content and what they have found to be the result.
>
>
> Natalie Kato
> Webnet Steering Committee
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