[Athen] Concise videos on accessible web coding?
jsuttondc at gmail.com
Fri Apr 12 09:33:56 PDT 2013
Here are a few links that may help any who are looking for similar information:
First, I see that James got this reference for
Nomensa videos, via the WebAIM list:
I addition, some of these links might help:
videos Accessibility, Progressive Enhancement and HTML5 « Alistair Duggin
zomigi.com » Videos of screen readers using ARIA, updated
Web Accessibility - YouTube
[not really about coding, but might be useful.]
How Assistive Technology Works Video
Demonstrations - Information & Communication
Services - The University of Dundee
Here's a Youtube series that's new to me. There
are 16 videos. I wonder if anyone's vetted the series for accuracy/currentness:
At 08:21 AM 4/12/2013, you wrote:
>I am looking for a collection of short and
>concise videos on coding various accessible web
>elements. An example might be demonstrating coding an accessible data table.
>Our CIS department is amenable to assigning
>these videos in their first-year web classes.
>These need to be fairly freestanding as their
>wont be any instruction included. The viewer is
>learning to code web pages, but knows little or nothing about accessibility.
>My initial proposal was that we make the videos.
>I have been asked to make sure that they dont
>already exist and thats what I am doing now. I
>have searched youtube, but I have not found
>anything that I think would work. Please excuse cross postings.
>James Bailey M.S.
>Adaptive Tech Coordinator
>University of Oregon
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