See What We're Working On – Accessibility Activities and Publications
Accessibility Course List – Submit a course, training, or certification
W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) is compiling a list of courses, trainings, and certifications on digital accessibility. We invite instructors to submit details on their courses for the list: Submit a course, training, or certification on digital accessibility.
ARIA Authoring Practices Guide (APG) - New User Interface
ARIA Authoring Practices Guide (APG) is redesigned as a multi-page resource. WAI-ARIA is the Accessible Rich Internet Applications suite of web standards. ARIA Authoring Practices Guide (APG) provides guidance on how to correctly use ARIA semantics.
For Review: Accessibility of Remote Meetings - Updated Draft
An updated Working Draft of Accessibility of Remote Meetings is available for review and comment. This potential resource relates to How to Make Your Presentations Accessible to All and Making Audio and Video Media Accessible. We welcome input on how this information can better help vendors, organizations, and individuals make remote meetings more accessible to people with disabilities. For more information, see: e-mail on Remote Meetings and blog on Remote Meetings.
For Wide Review: Synchronization Accessibility User Requirements (SAUR)
Synchronization Accessibility User Requirements (SAUR) is ready for wide review before finalizing and publishing it as a W3C Note. SAUR describes accessibility user needs and requirements for audio and visual media synchronization. It discusses synchronization of accessibility-related components of multimedia, such as captions, sign language interpretation, and description. Additional information is in the 13 April 2022 review e-mail. Please submit any comments by 13 May 2022.
Invitation: WAI-CooP Meeting, Online, 19 April 2022
You are invited to the WAI-CooP Open Meeting, Online on 19 April 2022. We encourage participation from people interested in: digital accessibility implementation in Europe and internationally; guidance on available web accessibility training, tools, and resources; and exchanges on the European Union (EU) Web Accessibility Directive (WAD). Agenda, logistics, and registration information is in the meeting page. This meeting is free, and registration is required.
Cognitive Accessibility Design Patterns - New User Interface
Cognitive accessibility objectives and design patterns are now available as a set of web pages from Cognitive Accessibility Guidance list. The objectives and design patterns are “supplemental guidance” to WCAG 2 as explained in About Supplemental Guidance. They are part of W3C work on accessibility for people with cognitive and learning disabilities introduced in Cognitive Accessibility at W3C.
New Page: What’s up at W3C WAI
What We're Working On — Accessibility Activities and Publications is a new web page where you can see what projects we’re working on at the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), what publications are planned for the next couple months, and opportunities for you to contribute.
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