October #a11ychat talks about accessible jQuery

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Mark your calendars - #a11ychat will be back this month on October 21st from 4-5pm EDT. Our October topic is jQuery. Join the team for discussion and questions about using jQuery to develop dynamic and accessible web content. Learn more about Deque's Partnership With jQuery Deque is the official accessibility partner of jQuery. Read more here. If you're new to #a11ychat or tweetchats in general, visit… Continue Reading October #a11ychat talks about accessible jQuery

Google Docs #a11ychat

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Are you joining us on Monday? We are thrilled to host our monthly tweet chat about the accessibility of Google Docs alongside guest moderator Shawn Lauriat, a software engineer for Google since 2011. This month's chat will be held from 4-5 PM EDT (please note that this is a change from previous months). If you are new to the #a11ychat, it is a monthly chat… Continue Reading Google Docs #a11ychat

#a11ychat How-to Guide


Last month we had record participation in our monthly #a11ychat on Twitter, and we hope you all keep coming back. For those of you who are new to Twitter or the concept of a "tweetchat" - perhaps even a little intimidated by the whole thing - we've got your back. Here is a handy little guide to the art of the tweetchat. 1. First, you… Continue Reading #a11ychat How-to Guide

November Tweetchat: You’ve got some reading to do!

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The topic for November's tweetchat is Accessibility Certification - Good Idea, Bad Idea?  Back at the beginning of the year at CSUN 2012, there was some active debate on the subject, and we'd like to revisit that discussion. We have some reading we'd like you to do in preparation: 1. Considering the Case for Creating an International Society of Accessibility Professionals - Knowbility 2. "Taking Accessibility Mainstream: Making… Continue Reading November Tweetchat: You’ve got some reading to do!