accessibility

handlers/draftpages/csun2008/proposal/draft3


Expert Markup Handlers for AT: A Proposal From Open A11y (Draft 3)

Title:
Expert Markup Handlers for AT: A Proposal From Open A11y

Abstract:

handlers/draftpages/csun2008/proposal/draft5


Expert Markup Handlers for AT: A Proposal From Open A11y (FINAL)

Title:
Open A11y Proposal: A Standard to Enable AT Interaction with Specialized Content

Abstract:

handlers/draftpages/csun2008/proposal/finaldraft


Expert Markup Handlers for AT: A Proposal From Open A11y (FINAL Draft)

Title:
Open A11y Proposal: A Standard to Enable AT Interaction with Specialized Content

Abstract:

handlers/draftpages/csun2008/proposal/draft4


Expert Markup Handlers for AT: A Proposal From Open A11y (Draft 4)

Title:
Open A11y Proposal: A Standard to Enable AT Interaction with Specialized Content

Abstract:

handlers/presentations/csun2008


Expert Markup Handlers for AT: A Proposal From Open A11y

Title:
Open A11y Proposal: A Standard to Enable AT Interaction with Specialized Content

Abstract:

handlers/reference/xquery

handlers/usecases/navigation/navdraft1a


Draft 1a: Navigability Use Cases (Pete Brunet, author)

  Note: Navigability will, perhaps, need to address multiple levels of navigability

handlers/usecases/magnification


Magnification Use Cases



Draft 1: Magnification Use Cases (Neil Soiffer, author)

handlers/draftpages/missionstatement3


Expert Handlers SIG Mission Statement Draft 3

The world of generalized content markup (such as HTML) is complimented by
markup specifications that facilitate more semantically precise content markup
in particular knowledge domains (such as MathML in the domain of mathematics).
Similarly, users who rely on assistive technologies (AT) require content
access that properly exposes the more complex structures delineated by
knowledge domain markup in order to use this content effectively.

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