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

Revision as of 13:41, 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 with web accessibility) 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
  • Resources are shared, including login links for WAG Monthly Meetings
  • All are welcome to join the WAG listserv by emailing wag@amac.gatech.edu