2005 Conference - Thursday, July 28, 2005 - Web Accessibility: A Year to Go...
We had a great turn out for our "Web Accessibility: A Year to Go " Conference. The Conference was held at the South Carolina Archives and History Center on Thursday, July 28, 2005.
We'd like to thank all of our presenters.
- "Surfing in the Dark", Clay Jeffcoat, The South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind
- "Why Web Accessibility Makes Sense." Jon Brundage, TecAccess Historical background for web accessibility, benefits including ROI (Return on Investment).
- SC Web Accessibility Plan Tool developed for use by state agencies: Amanda Napolitano, IDEA Integration
- The Impact of Assistive Technology: Janet Jendron, SCATP. Real life scenarios in an accessible CD-ROM format.
- To find out more about this CD-ROM, or to get a copy, please contact Janet Jendron of the South Carolina Assistive Technology Project (SCATP).
- "Achieving Accessibility through User-Centered Design". Scott Stroud, IDEA Integration.
- Tools for Accessible Design. Josh Cavalier, Lodestone Digital. Cascading Style Sheets, Dreamweaver, Front Page, PDF and multimedia accessibility.
If you have any questions or comments, please send them to Wendy Mullin at email@example.com.
- Dr. Sheila Breitweiser, Chair, Assistive Technology Advisory Committee, South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind
- Mark Hooper, Chair, Web Accessibility Committee, South Carolina Department of Transportation
- Jim Blanton, South Carolina Educational Television
- Evelyn Evans, South Carolina Assistive Technology Project
- Chuck Fallaw, The Division of the State Chief Information Officer (CIO)
- Dell Ford, The Division of the State Chief Information Officer (CIO)
- Clay Jeffcoat, The South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind
- Janet Jendron, South Carolina Assistive Technology Project
- Cheryl Kirkpatrick, Midlands Technical College
- Mary Mauldin, Medical University of South Carolina
- Wendy Mullin, University of South Carolina
- Nancy Piester, South Carolina Department of Archives and History
- Connie Robinette, South Carolina Educational Television