Thanks everyone for your responses! I'd never heard of them before - they
obviously haven't had a presence at UQ to date.

Looks like I (and my department) will be getting involved, which is great!


On 11/4/07 11:54 AM, "Ben Buchanan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hi Susie,
>>  Web Accessibility Network for Australian Universities ...
>>  They are proposing running their annual forum on Accessibility in online
>> teaching at UQ where I work, and we've been asked to help ... :)
>>  I expect I will be involved anyway, but would be interested in any
>> feedback!
> WANAU has been around for a few years now and the forums are great. Of
> course I may be biased since I ran the 2005 forum at Griffith ;)
> Basically WANAU is there to connect university-based web professionals
> and allow knowledge sharing, events, etc. Universities have
> accessibility challenges which often require different approaches than
> those encountered in the commercial sector; so WANAU provides a great
> way to get people together to discuss the issues.
> Well worth being involved if you're a web professional at a uni! :)
> cheers,
> Ben

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