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Although the philosophies of good web-page design rarely change, the tools for creating pages seems to change daily. Browsers are updated routinely, frequently supporting new functions and new ways to support older functions. Designers attempting to keep up with accessibility issues need to have a range of resources to consult.
This list also indicates that this is not just a local issue. Access to the web for people with disabilities is being discussed in many quarters of web authorship.
Designing Universal/Accessible Web Sites from Trace R&D Center **An Excellent Resource**
Freedom Scientific's Using JAWS on the Internet
W3C - Working Group on Accessibility - List
Curriculum for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0
IBM Web Accessibility Guidelines
Designing Web Accessibility at the
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This site is maintained by James Bailey, the university's Adaptive Technology Access Adviser. Updated: 8/09