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Top 12 of 2012 #7 – We launch Access iQ

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There is an international push for web professionals to incorporate the needs of people with a disability into their practice. Media Access Australia launched Access iQ in July to equip them with the knowledge, skills and connections necessary to help create a web without limits.

The initiative features resources for web developers, designers, content producers and managers on how to incorporate accessibility into every stage of a website’s life. Access iQ is geared towards meeting the needs of those making accessible websites for government under the National Transition Strategy.

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The National Transition Strategy – is it on track?

The Australian government has been working hard over the past two years to ensure that all Federal and most state government websites meet the minimal Level 'A' requirement of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 by the end of this year. With six months to go, it's a good time to reflect on the progress to date and identify some potential issues that need to be addressed to help ensure the government reaches its target.

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Web accessibility course brings skills to industry and government

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Registrations are now open for our six-week online web accessibility course, Australia's only tertiary-backed accessibility course for web professionals.

The Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility is a joint venture between Media Access Australia and the University of South Australia, and seeks to help educate web professionals in industry and government on how to include people with disabilities in their web design and development.

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Simplifying the web accessibility message – reflections on CSUN 2012

A few weeks ago, I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to travel to San Diego for the CSUN 27th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, commonly known as CSUN 2012. 

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