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International Web Accessibility Summit

Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 November 2000
The Heath Function Centre, Caulfield Race Course
Opening Address
Hoylen Sue, Technical Manager Australian W3C Office
Real Law in Virtual Reality: Web Access for Australians with a disability
Graeme Innes, Deputy Disability Discrimintion Commissioner, Human Rights and Equal Opportunties Commission
Olympic Failure: A case for making the Web Accessible
Tom Worthington, Director, Tomw Communications
Moving from the Brick and Mortar world into the Online World
John McKenna, Chair - Web Accessibility Taskforce, Internet Industry Association
The W3C standards as a Guarantee for Accessibility and Interoperability
Karl Dubost, Conformance Manager W3C
Access is more than just a neat website
Ian Coombe, Technical Director, Australia,
Radical Changes in Practice may be required to promote web content accessiblity in the real world
Associate Professor Liddy Nevile, Sunrise Research Laboratory
Sign Language users and online services: The Deaf Australia II Online Trials
Janice Knuckey, Coordinator, Center of Excellence, Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE
Claudia Slegers, Associate Research Fellow, CIRCIT, RMIT University
Workshop: Accessibility in Emerging Web Technology
Charles McCathieNevile, Accessibility Specialist, W3C
Jason White, Co-Chair, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Working Group
Workshop: Fixing an Existing Web Site
Jonathan O'Donnell
Peter Batchelor, Internet Technology Services
Forum: Future Directions of Web Accessibility
Panel: Liddy Nevile, Karl Dubost, Charles McCathieNevile, Renate Kelter, Tom Worthington, Peter Hurst
Closing Address
Hoylen Sue, Australian W3C Office
Summit MC
Terry Laidler, Director, CIRCIT RMIT University

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