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Jon Gunderson
Illinois Center for Instructional Technology Accessibility
Division of Rehabilitation - Education Services
Phone: (217) 244-5870
e-mail: jongund@uiuc.edu

Slides

  1. Goals of Workshop
  2. Needs of People with Disabilities
  3. W3C Web Accessibility Initiative
  4. User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Overview
  5. PART 1: Graphical Browsers
  6. Adjusting Graphical Browsers
  7. Keyboard Navigation
  8. Typical View of a Web Page in Internet Explorer
  9. High Contrast View of a Web Page in Internet Explorer
  10. Internet Explorer: Internet Options Dialog Box in Internet Explorer
  11. Internet Explorer: Accessibility Options Dialog Box in Internet Explorer
  12. Internet Explorer: Color Dialog Box in Internet Explorer
  13. Internet Explorer: Font Dialog Box in Internet Explorer
  14. Windows: Adjusting Display Properties
  15. Windows: Adjusting Display Properties
  16. Windows: High Contrast View of Internet Explorer
  17. Windows: High Contrast View of Internet Explorer Dialog Box
  18. Internet Explorer: ALT Text Rendering Option in Internet Explorer
  19. Internet Explorer: Pictures Off Option in Internet Explorer
  20. Internet Explorer: Images Turned Off
  21. Internet Explorer: Images Turned On
  22. Internet Explorer: Shortcut keys
  23. Internet Explorer: Additional keyboard commands
  24. Opera: Author view of document
  25. Opera: User high contrast view of document
  26. Opera: Preference in Opera 6
  27. Opera: High contrast stylesheet
  28. Opera: Images Off (Press G key)
  29. Opera: Images On (Press G key)
  30. Opera: Additional Keyboard Commands
  31. COMPARISON: Adjusting Graphical Renderings
  32. COMPARISON: Keyboard Support
  33. COMPARISON: Rendering Text Equivalents
  34. PART 2: Speech Output Browsers for the Visually Impaired
  35. HPR: Overview
  36. HPR: Views
  37. HPR: Page Orientation
  38. HPR: Keyboard Navigation Modes
  39. HPR: Navigation Lists
  40. HPR: Navigating Data Tables I
  41. HPR: Navigating Data Tables II
  42. HPR: Table Orientation
  43. EXAMPLE TABLE: Simple Table With Header Info
  44. EXAMPLE TABLE: Complex Table With Header Info
  45. HPR: Conditional Content
  46. EXAMPLE: Image with LONGDESC attribute
  47. JAWS: Overview
  48. JAWS: Page Orientation
  49. JAWS: Sequential Navigation of Elements and Links
  50. JAWS: Sequential Navigation of Forms and Headers
  51. JAWS: Direct Navigation
  52. JAWS: Table Navigation and Orientation
  53. JAWS: Conditional Content
  54. JAWS: Configuration
  55. WE: Overview
  56. WE: Page Orientation
  57. WE: Navigation of Elements
  58. WE: Navigation of Links, Form Controls and Frames
  59. WE: Direct Navigation
  60. WE: Table Navigation
  61. WE: Table Orientation
  62. WE: Conditional Content
  63. COMPARISON: Navigation
  64. PART 3: Speech Output Browsers for the Cognitive Impairments
  65. COMPARISON: Reading Features
  66. PART 4: Speech Input Systems
  67. COMPARISON: Voice Input Features
  68. Acknowledgements

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