The Experience of Disability, Web Accessibility Standards, and Open-Source Evaluation Tools

Christian Vinten-Johansen and Jon Gunderson

Penn State University

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

v23@psu.edu

jongund@illinois.edu

Presentations

October 25th, 2016

Educause Conference, Anaheim, CA

Slides

  1. Overview
  2. Experience of Disability: Overview
  3. Experience of Disability: When do you plan on retiring?
  4. Experience of Disability: How are you planning financially for your retirement?
  5. Experience of Disability: What age are you planning on being severely disabled?
  6. Experience of Disability: What disability are you planning on getting?
  7. Experience of Disability: Distribution of disability by age
  8. Experience of Disability: What's your Personal Disability Quotient (PDQ)?
  9. Experience of Disability: Victor Trasan (Yahoo/PayPal/Google) on the Technology and Disability
  10. Experience of Disability: History of Built-in Accessibility
  11. Experience of Disability: Accessibility Features of Operating System
  12. Experience of Disability: Summary of OS Accessibility Features
  13. Experience of Disability: Disability Simulation
  14. Experience of Disability: Browser Keyboard Shortcuts
  15. Experience of Disability: Screen Reader Demonstration
  16. Experience of Disability: Summary
  17. Web Standards: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0
  18. Web Standards: Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) 1.0
  19. Web Standards: HTML 5
  20. Web Standards: main element
  21. Web Standards: API Mappings
  22. Web Standards: ARIA Authoring Practices
  23. Penn State Journery to Accessibility
  24. Open Source Tools: OpenAjax Evaluation Library
  25. Open Source Tools: Rulesets
  26. Open Source Tools: Rule Features
  27. Open Source Tools: Rule Results
  28. Open Source Tools: Rule Categories
  29. Open Source Tools: Ruleset and Rule Details
  30. Open Source Tools: Functional Accessibility Evaluator (FAE) 2.0
  31. Open Source Tools: AInspector Sidebar for Firefox
  32. Open Source Tools: Bookmarklets for Visualizing Accessibility Features
  33. Open Source Tools: Submit an Issue or Idea
  34. Open Source Tools: Tools User Group
  35. Additional IT Accessibility Learning Resources