[Athen] Webinar about AChecker a new Web Accessibility Tool Aug. 13
Prof Norm Coombs
norm.coombs at gmail.com
Thu Aug 6 12:29:34 PDT 2009
The university of Toronto has just released an exciting and powerful new
tool to validate Web pages and also evaluate their accessibility.
This Webinar is Thursday August 13 at 2 PM Eastern
Presenter: Greg Gay, Accessibility Technology Resource Center, University
AChecker is an open source Web accessibility evaluation tool. It can be
used to review the accessibility of Web pages based on a variety
international accessibility guidelines. You can either use the online
version to check Web pages or download a version to run on your own
computer It checks page accessibility against several international
standards, and, for now at least, is the only free tool to check
accessibility against the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.0.
AChecker is a much-needed and valuable tool.
Visit the Achecker page and read more:
This Webinar is free and open to the public.
Register now to guarantee yourself a seat in the Webinar
room. Registration will also mean that you will receive a link afterwards
for the Webinar archive.
You can register for this Webinar and also read about the Webinar 2 weeks
later by Dan Clark on accessible forms produced in PDF and in HTML.
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