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Developing Web Accessibility Presentations and Training: Overview

WAI offers materials for speakers, lecturers, educators, and other presenters to help their participants understand more about web accessibility. The materials provide a range of information from introductory slides for those new to accessibility, to statistics and demos for experienced trainers. This set of resources includes:

  • Accessibility Topics – descriptions and resources for topics that can be covered in presentations and training, including:
    • Introducing accessibility (4 topics)
    • Guidelines and techniques (6 topics)
    • Managing accessibility (5 topics)
    • Evaluating accessibility (2 topics)
  • Presentation Outlines – example outlines of presentations that combine some of the Topics:
    • Introducing web accessibility (20 minutes for any audience)
    • Promoting web accessibility (10 minutes for senior management)
    • Using an accessible web (1 hour for people with accessibility needs)
    • Accessible web design (2 hour lecture as part of a web design course)
  • Workshop Outline – description of a 3-day hands-on web accessibility training workshop for:
    • Web developers and application programmers (all 3 days)
    • Web content authors and visual designers (days 1 & 2 only)
    • Managers and decision-makers (day 1 only)

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