Laura Carlson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been asked if there are useful university-focused textbooks or other resources suitable for teaching accessible web design. Hi Laura, if you didn't know already, these are superb live resources in addition to books: http://www.accessify.com/
Since your at a univeristy you might as well take the time to go over the some of the more theoretical stuff. This is particlularly a good ida if your talking to CS students who are more interested in that kind of thing. Probably one of most important things is Semantics. Paricularly the
Alan Trick wrote: As far as server side languages like PHP, JSP, and the other abominations - I think that probably belongs in another course. Being far removed from higher education, I'd kind of skipped this thread but that caught my eye; the originating comment: For example, Movable Type,
I've been asked if there are useful university-focused textbooks or other resources suitable for teaching accessible web design. As Lloyd and Matthew mentioned Joe Clark's Building Accessible Websites, New Riders Publishing, 2002 is well worth considering. I have been using it for the web
Title: Re: University textbook or other resources? Hi everyone, New member, first post, although youll find I mostly lurk. The two books by Knowbility partners arent exactly university focused textbooks, but are very good for training in accessibility.