Skills for Access - resources on accessible multimedia

The Skills for Access site was launched today:

The aim of the project is simple - to create an online resource providing informed, practical and pragmatic advice and information on multimedia, accessibility and learning. This is supported by a series of general articles by experts in the field and case studies documenting real life experiences in creating multimedia to enhance the accessibility of e-learning.

Congratulations to Sarah Stone and the rest of the SfA team, and particular thanks to David Sloan for giving me the opportunity to contribute with my simple case study on captioning Zeldman’s WE04 keynote with SMIL.

Filed under: Accessibility
Posted by Patrick H. Lauke on Thursday, May 19, 2005

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