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The WAI to Web Accessibility: A Tour of New Resources from the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative

taught by: Shawn Lawton Henry


Session Summary

Find out about new and surprising free resources from the organization that develops Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). 


Description

WAI resources help you create an environment where accessibility flourishes — whether you need to better understand how people use the web, prepare a business case to secure management support, train developers new to accessibility, integrate accessibility into a project plan, write an accessibility statement or policy, or meet international standards.

Learn where to find answers to your questions on the WAI website.

You’ll also get a sneak peek at new resources in development. And learn how you can help advance web accessibility and share your insights with others.


Practical Skills

  • What types of resources are on the WAI website and how to find them.
  • What WAI is working on (personalization, VR/XR, curricula, training videos, and much more).
  • How to contribute to make WAI resources even better.