[Facil] FW: [oats-sig] "Accessibility and the Open Source Content Management Movement"

zara ecrire at catherine-roy.net
Mar 29 Aou 10:48:58 EDT 2006


Le National Center on Access and Education diffuse un Webcast sur l'accessibilité et les CMS en libre demain à 13h00 MDT (euh, semble-t-il que ça veut dire Mountain Daylight Time et qu'en français, c'est Heure Avancée des Rocheuses...)

C'est gratuit et un des panélistes sera Alexander Limi, un des fondateurs de plone, qui est, comme vous savez, probablement le CMS le plus accessible aux personnes handicapées en ce moment.

Anyway, voici l'adresse et plus d'info dans le message transféré sous ma signature.



Catherine Roy, consultante


-----Original Message-----
From: oats-sig-bounces at lists.becta.org.uk [mailto:oats-sig-
bounces at lists.becta.org.uk] On Behalf Of David Colven
Sent: August 29, 2006 5:45 AM
To: OATs Project Special Interest Group
Subject: [oats-sig] "Accessibility and the Open Source Content
Management Movement"

Title: August 30th Webcast: "Accessibility and the Open Source Content Management Movement"

The National Center on Access and Education (NCDAE) is hosting an upcoming webcast titled "Accessibility and the Open Source Content Management Movement." The webcast will be held on August 30, 2006 at 1:00 PM MDT. More information is available at http://ncdae.org/webcasts. 

We are pleased to announce that Alexander Limi, one of the founders of Plone, will be the featured panelist for this webcast. Plone is a very accessible CMS and Alexander Limi is a well-known expert in the field.
Other panelist will be announced soon.

The panel will discuss the strengths and limitations of accessibility in the open source movement and look to the future of these tools with accessibility in mind. Those interested in selecting content management systems or those involved in development within the open source movement will find this webcast interesting. The format allows questions to the panel.

The audio broadcast will last approximately one hour. It is free of charge and will be captioned simultaneously for the deaf and hard of hearing.


David Colven, Technical Advisor

The ACE Centre Advisory Trust
92 Windmill Road
Oxford      OX3 7DR

Web site at www.ace-centre.org.uk something new every week Tel +44 (0)1865
759813 Fax +44 (0)1865 759810

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