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Events: BSI/JISC CETIS Accessibility Standards Workshop

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This informal workshop, jointly organised in collaboration with BSI (British Standards Institution) and JISC CETIS, takes advantage of the presence in the UK of a number of international standards developers and strategists to foster discussion and exchange between communities around recent and ongoing international and UK work in Accessibility Standards.
Date: 28 Feb 2011
Agenda: hyperlink http://wiki.cetis.ac.uk/Accessibility_SIG_Meeting_28th_February_2011
Contact: Sharon Perry
Location: London
Standards development processes can appear to be remote from those stakeholders that the standards serve and opportunities for direct conversation between relevant communities can be rare. This is particularly true in Accessibility because of impediments to communication and because of its international applicability and the international nature of many relevant standards development processes. When opportunity presents we should not ignore it.

Participation is free and open to all, but registration is required. Registration will only be accepted once you have received joining instructions.

Please note that this event is now full. However, we are running a reserve list. If you would like to be included on this list, please e-mail Sharon Perry, s.perry @ bolton.ac.uk (removing the spaces).

Registration for this event has reached its capacity limit. Please contact: Sharon Perry

Problems registering? Please contact David Sherlock

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