Accessibility 2.0: People, Policies and Processes paper at W4A

I’m pleased to report that a paper on Accessibility 2.0: People, Policies and Processes has been accepted by the W4A conference which will he held in Banff, Canada on 7-8th May 2007 (the conference runs in parallel with the International WWW 2007 conference).

My co-authors are David Sloan, Professor Stephen Brown, Jane Seale, Professor Helen Petrie, Patrick Lauke and Simon Ball, all of whom are active accessibility practitioners or researchers in the UK higher education community.

The paper is the latest in a series which has addressed the challenges of providing accessible services in the ‘edge cases’ of e-learning and cultural heritage services.


Our latest paper is available online, as are the slides.

Read the full entry Accessibility 2.0: People, Policies and Processes (which includes a summary and extensive links for further reading) over on Brian Kelly’s blog.

Filed under: Accessibility
Posted by Patrick H. Lauke on Thursday, May 3, 2007


  1. So says Justin Thorp

    Patrick, I’m going to be at Banff also. I’d love to meetup. Are you there all week?

    Added May 4, 2007 at 4:18 pm

  2. unfortunately, i won’t be going to the conference…i think it’s just brian that will be there.

    Added May 5, 2007 at 11:53 pm

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