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Web access training during White Cane Safety Day

Web access training during White Cane Safety Day

August 3, 2011 7:34 pm0 comments
Ma'am Merce Nicolas gives her opening remarks.
Ma'am Merce Nicolas gives her opening remarks.

Ma'am Merce Nicolas gives her opening remarks.

As part of this year’s celebration of White Cane Safety Week, a half-day web accessibility forum was held anew last August 2 at Occupational Safety and Health Center Training Room in Quezon City.

Web Accessibility user experience expert Julius Charles Serrano explains.
Web Accessibility user experience expert Julius Charles Serrano explains.

Web Accessibility user experience expert Julius Charles Serrano explains about how a blind person views a web page.

Julius Charles Serrano, a web accessibility advocate and PWAG representative gave his insights on user experience in accessing government websites. He also explained some accessibility barriers met by a Person With Disability in getting content from websites.

For his part, MCCID Training Director and Philippine Web Accessibility Group President Jojo Esposa elaborated on the topic by introducing ICT as well as discussing international and local laws/circulars pertaining to equal access to the web. NCDA Chief Nelia De Jesus challenged the participants to do their share by adhering to the call of making their sites accessible to everyone.

Jojo expounds the lecture of Julius by enumerating experiences of other persons with disabilities.
Jojo expounds the lecture of Julius by enumerating experiences of other persons with disabilities.

Jojo expounds the lecture of Julius by enumerating experiences of other persons with disabilities.

Sponsored by the National Council on Disability Affairs-White Cane Safety Week Organizers and the National Computer Center, this forum was participated in by web developers and representatives from various national government units as well as key stakeholders.

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