W3C announces new online training course in HTML5 audio and video

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Tuesday, 4 October 2011 16:51pm

The World Wide Web Consortium has just launched a new training course in HTML5 for web developers and designers.

Students will learn how HTML5 can be best applied to audio and video content within webpages, apps and media, with a particular emphasis on mobile devices. The course is open to web designers and developers with a sound working knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

 The five-week course will run from 17 October – 20 November 2011. Early bird rates (€145) are open until 7 October 2011. The full price of the course is €225.

HTML5 is widely considered to increase the accessibility of audio and video content for people with disabilities. Successful implementation of HTML5 can assist web professionals in reaching accessibility success criteria.

Dr Silvia Pfeiffer, HTML5 video accessibility expert and invited expert on four W3C working groups will be speaking about HTML5 video and audio accessibility at the 2011 OZeWAI conference.

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