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Proceedings of the 2008 International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility (W4A)

Fullname:Proceedings of the 2008 international cross-disciplinary workshop on Web accessibility (W4A)
Editors:Yeliz Yesilada; David Sloan
Location:Beijing, China
Dates:2008-Apr-21 to 2008-Apr-22
Standard No:ISBN 1-60558-153-4, 978-1-60558-153-8; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: W4A08
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Keynote
  2. Accessibility and the social web
  3. User agents and an accessible rich internet application
  4. Making the mobile web accessible
  5. Keynote
  6. Accessibility and the community
  7. Web 2.0 and accessibility
  8. Web accessibility challenge
  9. Accessibility and diversity


Cloud computing and equal access for all BIBAFull-Text 1-4
  T. V. Raman

Accessibility and the social web

The impact of accessibility assessment in macro scale universal usability studies of the web BIBAKFull-Text 5-14
  Rui Lopes; Luís Carriço
Is Wikipedia usable for the blind? BIBAKFull-Text 15-22
  Marina Buzzi; Barbara Leporini
The accessibility kit for SharePoint: a community-based approach to web accessibility BIBAKFull-Text 23-26
  Robert B. Yonaitis; Dana Louise Simberkoff; Kurt A. Mueffelmann; Cynthia Shelly

User agents and an accessible rich internet application

The CISNA model of accessible adaptive hypermedia BIBAKFull-Text 27-36
  Robert Dodd; Dr. Steve Green; Dr. Elaine Pearson
A syntactic analysis of accessibility to a corpus of statistical graphs BIBAKFull-Text 37-44
  Leo Ferres; Petro Verkhogliad; Livia Sumegi; Louis Boucher; Martin Lachance; Gitte Lindgaard
A web compliance engineering framework to support the development of accessible rich internet applications BIBAKFull-Text 45-49
  Carlos A Velasco; Dimitar Denev; Dirk Stegemann; Yehya Mohamad
Grouping hyperlinks for improved voice/mobile accessibility BIBAKFull-Text 50-53
  Alex Penev; Raymond K. Wong
AxsJAX: a talking translation bot using google IM: bringing web-2.0 applications to life BIBAFull-Text 54-56
  Charles L. Chen; T. V. Raman

Making the mobile web accessible

MokE: a tool for Mobile-ok evaluation of web content BIBAKFull-Text 57-64
  John Garofalakis; Vassilios Stefanis
Evaluating web accessibility for specific mobile devices BIBAKFull-Text 65-72
  Markel Vigo; Amaia Aizpurua; Myriam Arrue; Julio Abascal
WebAnywhere: a screen reader on-the-go BIBAKFull-Text 73-82
  Jeffrey P. Bigham; Craig M. Prince; Richard E. Ladner


Towards bridging the accessibility needs of people with disabilities and the ageing community BIBAKFull-Text 83-86
  Shadi Abou-Zahra; Judy Brewer; Andrew Arch

Accessibility and the community

A survey on the accessibility awareness of people involved in web development projects in Brazil BIBAKFull-Text 87-96
  Andre P. Freire; Cibele M. Russo; Renata P. M. Fortes
Thailand's national digital divide strategic framework BIBAKFull-Text 97-100
  Proadpran Punyabukkana; Suchai Thanawastien; Ajin Jirachiefpattana
Enabling access to geo-referenced information: Atlas.txt BIBAKFull-Text 101-104
  Kavita E. Thomas; Livia Sumegi; Leo Ferres; Somayajulu Sripada
An accessibility evaluation platform: borrowing from web 2.0 BIBAKFull-Text 105-108
  Yui-Liang Chen; Gina Lin

Web 2.0 and accessibility

WCAG 2.0: a web accessibility standard for the evolving web BIBAKFull-Text 109-115
  Loretta Guarino Reid; Andi Snow-Weaver
E-learning 2.0: you are We-LCoME! BIBAKFull-Text 116-125
  Stefano Ferretti; Silvia Mirri; Ludovico Antonio Muratori; Marco Roccetti; Paola Salomoni

Web accessibility challenge

Accessible blog posts with windows live writer BIBAKFull-Text 126-127
  Cynthia Shelly; Becky Pezely
The SADIe transcoding platform BIBAKFull-Text 128-129
  Darren Lunn; Sean Bechhofer; Simon Harper
Towards one world web with HearSay3 BIBAKFull-Text 130-131
  Yevgen Borodin; Jeffrey P. Bigham; Amanda Stent; I. V. Ramakrishnan
WebAnywhere: a screen reading interface for the web on any computer BIBAKFull-Text 132-133
  Jeffrey P. Bigham; Craig M. Prince; Sangyun Hahn; Richard E. Ladner

Accessibility and diversity

A web design framework for improved accessibility for people with disabilities (WDFAD) BIBAKFull-Text 134-140
  Rehema Baguma; Jude T. Lubega
One world, one web ... but great diversity BIBAKFull-Text 141-147
  Brian Kelly; Liddy Nevile; E. A. Draffan; Sotiris Fanou