The W3C and UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE) have launched a new W3Cx course: Introduction to Web Accessibility. Designed for technical and non-technical audiences, including developers, designers, content authors, project managers, people with disabilities, and others, this course helps get a strong foundation in digital accessibility to make websites and apps work well for people with disabilities, meet international standards, and provide a better user experience for everyone. The course starts on 28 January 2020 and is self-paced. Read more in the course description and enroll soon!

This course is based on the open curricula of the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), a framework for developing courses using role-based modules that build on and extend the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) accessibility training resources. These curricula are available to anyone to use as an authoritative foundation for creating courses, and are being developed through the consensus process of the W3C Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) with support from the European Commission (EC) funded WAI-Guide Project (Grant 822245).

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