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Looking forward Gregg Vanderheiden Ph.D. Trace R&D Center, Univ. of Wisconsin
Overview Approach to Accessibility Standards in US 508 refresh What is new How does it compare to European Equivalent What is happening in future Where should we focus for Future © your company name. All rights reserved.Title of your presentation
US Approach to Accessibility ADA – Civil right to have access Not be discriminated against by design 255 – Right to have access to Telecom Push regulation 508 – Government workplace, information and services should be accessible Pull regulation – What gov buys and creates should be accessible © your company name. All rights reserved.Title of your presentation
508 Refresh Just came out so analysis is still underway What’s new Clearer – more measurable Function rather than device based WCAG used to unify Web, Document & Software Access requirements How Differ from European Standards WCAG not broken up in US version – preserves links Real-time text simpler, and more effective Mostly the two are very similar. Where there are differences – there are no conflicts so they are harmonized with each other. © your company name. All rights reserved.Title of your presentation
Upcoming Webinars on 508 The Trace R&D Center will be conducting a series of webinars on the new 508 guidelines 4 topic areas 1.Low vision and Blindness 2.Hard-of-hearing and Deafness 3.Physical and Neurological 4.Cognitive, language, and learning disabilities For each we will have two webinars in one day, presentation with questions in the AM 1 hour discussion in the PM For more information: tinyurl.com/tc508 © your company name. All rights reserved.Title of your presentation
Where is future going 1.Access to ICT becoming mandatory for participation in Society Educ, Empl, Health, Transp, Indep Living, etc 2.Need to ensure ALL can understand and use ICT effectively 3.Access now needs to be cross-platform – on any device the person encounters © your company name. All rights reserved.Title of your presentation
The Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII) 3 Objectives 1.Make it easy to figure out what each person needs (best solution/features for them 2.Make the features they need instantly appear (set up for them) on any device they encounter 3.Make it easier / possible to create, sell, and support solutions for everyone Major efforts underway: Cloud4all, Prosperity4All, Fluid/Floe, RERC For more info GPII.net (and click on video) © your company name. All rights reserved.Title of your presentation
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What should we focus on going forward? 1.Enforcement of the regulations 1.They are useless if you don’t 2.Very hard 2.The Tails of each disability 1.Look out for the “Tails of the Tails” 3.Develop Support for ubiquitous Access in your countries 1.Build support for the GPII in each country 4.Build a network of technical consumers – and provide support for them to 1.Participate in technical standards work 2.Provide support to developers – to keep them aimed properly © your company name. All rights reserved.Title of your presentation
Thank You Questions? © your company name. All rights reserved.Title of your presentation
Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure: Making Progress Cognitive WAI March 2014.
Cloud Computing: A New Opportunity for People with Disabilities Clayton Lewis, NIDRR Consultant Coleman Institute March 13, 2012.
Technological Barriers and Opportunities for Next-generation Employment Gregg Vanderheiden Ph.D National Employment and Disability Conference Washington.
Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure Automatic Personalisation from Preferences UKVision June 2015 Steve Lee Raising the Floor.
1 Accessibility CSSE 376, Software Quality Assurance Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology April 16, 2007.
Kansas Partnership for Accessible Technology October 13, 2015 Meeting.
The Future and Accessibility OZeWAI Conference 2011 Jacqui van Teulingen Director, Web Policy 1.
The W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Inclusive learning through technology Damien French.
The AsTeRICS Academy for cross-cultural education in Assistive Technology.
ACCESSIBILITY AT CDCI February 27, 2013 Michaella Collins Susan Edelman Deborah Lisi-Baker Darren McIntyre.
The Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure in the Higher Education Environment Jim Tobias, Inclusive Technologies Clayton Lewis, Coleman Institute AHG.
Raja Kushalnagar, J.D., LL.M., Ph.D. National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology.
The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Wireless Technologies is sponsored by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research.
Web Accessibility Web Community Meeting July 22, 2016 July 29, 2016.
Cloud Computing and People with Disabilities Clayton Lewis Consultant National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research US Department of Education.
Accessibility Antidiscrimination Public Procurement Inmaculada Placencia Porrero Deputy Head of Unit Unit D3 Rights of Persons with Disabilities European.
Person with disabilities Involved with FOSS › Core Team: Mambo, Joomla!, B2Evolution › Using desktop + web based applications Involved with business.
Manufacturers promoting connected TV accessibility HBB4ALL Workshop – Barcelona,18th March.
Assistive Technology for Computer and Print Access Linking AT to Types of Disability ADA Trainer Network Module 7d 1 Trainer’s Name Trainer’s Title Phone.
© 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco ConfidentialPresentation_ID 1 Accessibility for CCNA Discovery and CCNA Exploration June 2008.
Panel Contribution: Accessibility for Interactive Games and Simulations Clayton Lewis University of Colorado, USA.
Implications of Cloud Computing for People with Cognitive Disabilities Clayton Lewis Scientist in Residence Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities.
What is your Customer Effort? Lou Ann Jones Contact Center Specialist.
Biometric Accessibility Standards David Baquis & Bruce Bailey U.S. Access Board.
Guidelines for Accessible Information Roger Blamire, Isabelle Turmaine, Marcella Turner-Cmuchal.
ACCESSIBILITY Devices for the Disabled users! By Kai Cubitt.
Date or reference Web Accessibility - an introduction Patrick H. Lauke ISI presentation - 22/11/2004.
2 |2 | Overview of the presentation What is disability? What is the global situation for persons with disabilities? What is accessibility? What is ICT.
Cloud platforms Lead to Open and Universal access for people with Disabilities and for All WP Federating repositories of Solutions.
Creating a more inclusive society Suzette Keith and Gill Whitney The Design for All Research Group School of Engineering.
1 GDRL Program Manager Andrea Shettle
Telecommunications/ICTs Policies and Regulations for persons with disabilities in Vietnam Ms. Hoang Anh Department of Science and Technologies Ministry.
From Disabled to Abled Web Today and Tomorrow’s Solution Kenneth Lau December 6, 2002.
Interactive Webcasts for Community Network Development Interactive Webcasts for Communities Global CN2000 Presentation November 3rd 2000 Barcelona.
Debi Orton, Co-Chair NYS Forum IT Accessibility Committee.
27th - 30th September, 2011 IGF workshop no. 137: “Mainstreaming the disability perspective for an inclusive society” Nairobi, Kenya, 28 September 2011.
Accessibility in Digital Libraries Andrew Kirkpatrick CPB/WGBH National Center for Accessible Media October 15, 2003.
Cyber Access Mohammad Abbas Alamdar Teacher of ICT STS Ajman – Boys School.
PRESENTED BY Vashkar Bhattacharjee Focal Person DAISY, Bangladesh
Geneva, 25 November 2011 Next generation relay services in Australia Sandy Gilliland Chief Executive Officer Australian Communication Exchange (ACE) ITU-T.
How to tell if a company can produce accessible web sites Sandy Feldman Inclusive Media and Design.
ICT4IAL European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education Marcella Turner-Cmuchal and Klára Somogyi.
Elizabeth Pyatt, Accessibility: Working the Training Challenge.
RSI Sufferers Webpage Click Here 100 Times To Enter (permission obtained from Cartoonstock.com) ENG /FA Ashley Flitter Dana Livesay 1.
CSM 583 CAPSTONE ADA Compliance: Easy Steps to Get Started with Accessibility By Jeff Statham.
EU approach to e-Accessibility
CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright Aruba Networks, Inc. All rights reserved Useful Links for Channel Partners March 2015.
5/22/2001 NIST Accessibility /22-2/23/01 1 Information Technology Technical Assistance and Training Center Center for Rehabilitation Technology Georgia.
Presentation of results Challenges How can we use new media or social network in the field of adult education in the context of lifelong learning? What.
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