Achieving Website Accessibility in State Government
Note: Re-posted on the AWARE Center website with permission of the conference organizers.
This one day conference will provide answers to the following questions:
- Why Should Websites Be Accessible?
- What Is An Accessible Website?
- What Is DIS Doing To Help?
- How Do I Get Started?
- Where Do I Go For Help?
Keynote Speaker - Cynthia Waddell, JD
Ms. Waddell is nationally recognized as a pioneer in the field of Website Accessibility. While working as the ADA Coordinator for the City of San Jose, Ms. Waddell was instrumental in the City's efforts to establish standards for the development of accessible websites. Through her numerous published articles and presentations at national conferences and workshops Ms. Waddell has earned a reputation as a leader in the area of electronic accessibility.
Information Systems Managers, WebMasters, Public Information Officers, ADA Coordinators, Interested State Employees
Title: Achieving Website Accessibility
Course Code: 01-14-AD14
Date: June 7, 1999
Time: 8:30am to 3:30pm
Location: L&I Auditorium
Department of Labor and Industries
7273 Linderson Way, Tumwater
To register, please contact your agency Training Manager or Registration Representative.
The Department of Information Services, Department of Personnel, and Department of Social and Health Services.
If you need a disability accommodation in order to participate, please call (360) 664-1944 (voice only) or (360) 438-3167 (TTY calls only).