Web Adaptability for Inclusion Conference 2013

27-29 November 2013 at John Scott Meeting House,
La Trobe University, Bundoora (near Melbourne), Victoria, Australia

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Keynote speaker

Shadi Abou-Zahra, W3C

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Keynote Speakers:

Gerardo Capiel


Gerardo Capiel,
VP Engineering,

 Charles Nevile  

Charles Nevile, Yandex,
W3C Advisory Board, schema.org,
HTML5 Accessibility Chair

General topics for 2013

Everyone concerned with accessibility has struggled to introduce their colleagues, managers, etc to the problems encountered by many who do not have satisfactory experiences with the online resources and services they need. Those with difficulties are not only those with what might be thought of as 'disabilities' - the problems can occur because of the circumstances (for example in a noisy location) or for one of many other reasons. Inclusive resources and services are now seen as the goal and there is substantial work going on in Europe and northern America to use the technology to help solve some of the problems the technology creates. This year we will have a special focus on what is known as the GPII - the Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure.

Special topics for 2012 are:

Who should attend OZeWAI?

We always try to plan for the participants we expect to join us. The following list is not exhaustive but should be indicative:

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Conference format

OZeWAI conferences offer hands-on workshops, plenary presentations, informal work sessions, research reports, and time for discussion. The venue is ideal for small group discussion and the program, with lunches and dinners included, will provide opportunities for participants to interact with presenters informally.

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