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John Slatin Access U – May 11-13 2009

John Slatin Access U – May 11-13 2009
Join Knowbility at St. Edward’s University in Austin, TexasMonday May 11th and Tuesday, May 12th, 2009(with post-conference sessions on May 13th)
General Conference Registration is open. Class registration will open soon.
If you believe that the web should empower ALL people, if you need information about how to meet state and federal accessibility mandates, if you are a commercial web developer who wants to understand emerging best business practices of accessibility for the web, John Slatin Access U is the place to be in May.
What's new at John Slatin Access U in 2009?
In addition to two-days of the best hands-on accessibility classes, you will hear keynote presentations, attend a captioned and audio described movie, participate in communities of practice sessions where you can share experiences, and meet hundreds of others who share your passion for accessible IT. From absolute beginners to advanced practitioners you can customize your learning to meet your specific needs. Some new options in 2009 include:
Usability Track with Certificate
Created for usability professionals who know how to test for usability and want to learn to test for accessibility. We are pleased to offer a set of classes to build the skills and knowledge you need to help your clients meet mandates and to help you conduct usability tests that include people with disabilities. Specific Courses with several electives are delivered within the two day basic conference period and an additional certificate fee applies.
Molly Holzschlag Track – HTML/CSS/Accessible Design Intensive
Spend three days with Molly Holzschlag learning HTML/XHTML and CSS for accessibility, SEO, and superior web site performance. If you have solid experience in CSS and need only the more advanced techniques, sign on for Day 3 as a post-conference only.
Post Conferences:
Derek Featherstone: Breaking New Ground: Designing for Accessibility in Emerging Technologies
Molly Holzschlag: Advanced CSS techniques
JS Access U 2009 Course Descriptions
Questions? Ask Teenya FranklinOffice: 512-791-2046 or teenya@knowbility.org

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