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*The WAG Listserv is available for questions and discussion about web accessibility
 
*The WAG Listserv is available for questions and discussion about web accessibility
*Member experience ranges from newcomers (with little to no experience with web accessibility) to those with intermediate and advanced expertise
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*Member experience ranges from newcomers (with little to no experience) to those with intermediate and advanced expertise
 
*Members include administrators, directors, faculty, disability service providers, instructional designers, digital media specialists, website designers, application developers, and more
 
*Members include administrators, directors, faculty, disability service providers, instructional designers, digital media specialists, website designers, application developers, and more
 
*Topics for discussion include accessibility of websites, web-based content, and online courses
 
*Topics for discussion include accessibility of websites, web-based content, and online courses
 
**Recent discussions include lawsuits and civil rights complaints, captioning requirements, accessible documents, WAI-ARIA, mobile websites and accessible online courses
 
**Recent discussions include lawsuits and civil rights complaints, captioning requirements, accessible documents, WAI-ARIA, mobile websites and accessible online courses
 
*Listserv discussions are archived for member access
 
*Listserv discussions are archived for member access
*Resources are shared, including login links for WAG Monthly Meetings
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*Announcements include login links for WAG Monthly Meetings and notice of free webinars and trainings
 
*All are welcome to join the WAG listserv by emailing [mailto:wag@amac.gatech.edu wag@amac.gatech.edu]
 
*All are welcome to join the WAG listserv by emailing [mailto:wag@amac.gatech.edu wag@amac.gatech.edu]

Revision as of 13:44, 5 January 2016

  • The WAG Listserv is available for questions and discussion about web accessibility
  • Member experience ranges from newcomers (with little to no experience) to those with intermediate and advanced expertise
  • Members include administrators, directors, faculty, disability service providers, instructional designers, digital media specialists, website designers, application developers, and more
  • Topics for discussion include accessibility of websites, web-based content, and online courses
    • Recent discussions include lawsuits and civil rights complaints, captioning requirements, accessible documents, WAI-ARIA, mobile websites and accessible online courses
  • Listserv discussions are archived for member access
  • Announcements include login links for WAG Monthly Meetings and notice of free webinars and trainings
  • All are welcome to join the WAG listserv by emailing wag@amac.gatech.edu