[Irl-dean] Fwd: [i2010-inclusion] World Usability Day 2006 (November, 14)

Mark Magennis Mark.magennis at ncbi.ie
Thu Nov 9 12:59:39 GMT 2006

Marathon accessibility webcast coming up! Jim Tobias, if you don't  
know of him, was responsible for the 'Assistive Technology Boogie'  
musical animation. Some of you will have seen it shown at the Irl- 
DeAN meeting on procurement last year. If not, it's worth checking  
out. Go to www.inclusive.com and click on 'AT Boogie'. It's done in  
Flash and I don't know how accessible it is.


Begin forwarded message:

> From: "Francisco Godinho" <godinho at utad.pt>
> Date: 8 November 2006 23:20:07 GMT
> To: "i2010-inclusion" <i2010-inclusion at yahoogroups.com>
> Subject: [i2010-inclusion] World Usability Day 2006 (November, 14)
> Reply-To: godinho at utad.pt
> Jim Tobias is organizing an accessibility event for
> World Usability Day 2006
> Not a local meeting -- it's going to be a 36-hour,
> round-the-world webcast featuring dozens of
> accessibility experts, policy developers, and
> advocates for universal design.
> Please see:
> http://www.inclusive.com/WUD_access/
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jim Tobias" <tobias at inclusive.com>
> To: <eeurope-pwd at yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2005 11:21 AM
> Subject: [eeurope-pwd] World Usability Day
> Sorry for any cross-posting; please forward as you see fit...
> November 3, 2005 is World Usability Day (WUD), an event that will  
> spread the
> word about making products and services easier to use:
> http://www.worldusabilityday.org
> Part of WUD will be the Accessibility Channel -- an exciting, 24- 
> hour global
> conversation about accessibility and usability:
> http://www.inclusive.com/WUD_access
> Dozens of experts will be sharing their work with you on  
> technology, policy,
> and consumer involvement.  And you can participate right from your  
> desktop.
> Before the event you can discuss the topics in a blog for each  
> presentation.
> After the event the dialog will continue.
> Register for free and tune in on November 3!
> ***********
> Jim Tobias
> Inclusive Technologies
> tobias at inclusive.com
> +732.441.0831 v/tty
> www.inclusive.com
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Dr. Mark Magennis
Director of the Centre for Inclusive Technology (CFIT)
National Council for the Blind of Ireland
Whitworth Road, Dublin 9, Republic of Ireland

mark.magennis at ncbi.ie   tel: +353 (0)71 914 7464


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