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Random Thoughts on Instructional Design

Some Light Reading

One of the underling themes that I herd at the NECC conference was for the need to make Web based offerings accessible to persons with disabilities. This is also been a hot topic on a number of web designer blogs over the past few weeks. It is not the need for accessible web pages that is causing all the discussion; it is the possibility of government regulations being imposed for accessibility that has web communities talking. For those of you who are interested in these discussions I have compiled the following short reading list.

If you would like to review more Web accessibility resources peruse the links listed under the “Web Accessibility and Standards” section of my Moodle site.

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This entry was posted on July 1, 2005 by in NECC 2005.

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