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Jon Gunderson
Division of Rehabilitation - Education Services
RESNA IC-16: Designing Unversally Accessible Web Resources
Phone: (217) 244-5870
e-mail: jongund@uiuc.edu

Slides

  1. Designing Universally Accessible Web Resources
  2. Part 1: Web Accessibility Guidelines
  3. Major Guidelines
  4. Rehabilitation Act of 1973
  5. Introduction to Section 508 Guidelines
  6. Subparts of Section of 508 Standards
  7. Section 508 standards
  8. Alternative View of the 508 standards
  9. Summary of Section 508 standard
  10. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Overview
  11. WCAG process
  12. WCAG Priorities
  13. WCAG Full Guidelines
  14. WCAG Checkpoint Outline
  15. WCAG Techniques Document
  16. WCAG Checklist
  17. Comparision of 508 and WCAG by Jim Thatcher
  18. Jon Gunderson Top Accessibility Requirements
  19. Illinois Web Accessibility Standards
  20. Part 2: Evaluation and Repair Tools
  21. Types of Tools
  22. Strengths of automated evaluation tools
  23. Weakness of automated evaluation tools
  24. Examples of problems
  25. Bobby (Web): Evaluation tool
  26. Bobby (Web): Features
  27. Bobby (Web): Customizing Bobby
  28. Bobby (Web): Example report
  29. Bobby (Application): Evaluation tool
  30. Bobby (Application): User Interface
  31. Bobby (Application): Features
  32. Bobby (Application): Configuration
  33. Bobby (Application): Configuration dialog box
  34. Bobby (Application): Image of sample report
  35. Bobby (Application): HTML individual page report
  36. Bobby (Application): HTML summary report on all pages checked
  37. A-Prompt: Evaluation and Repair Tool
  38. A-Prompt: Features
  39. A-Prompt: Image of User Interface
  40. A-Prompt: Configuration
  41. A-Prompt: Repair Report
  42. A-Prompt: Repair Report
  43. A-Prompt: Prompting for ALT text
  44. 508 Accessibility Suite for Dreamweaver
  45. Other Section 508 and W3C WCAG accessibility evaluation and repair tools
  46. Opera: Author view of document
  47. Opera: User high contrast view of document
  48. Opera: Preference in Opera 6
  49. Opera: High contrast stylesheet
  50. Opera: Images Off (Press G key)
  51. Opera: Keyboard Commands
  52. Part 3: Redesign Examples
  53. Acknowledgements

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