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Accessibility in Practice Conference

This is a one day conference to address the gulf between the theory of making websites, multimedia and e-learning accessible and the practice.

This conference is being held in collaboration with Macromedia Inc., who will be demonstrating their new audiovisual communication tool Breeze. Our keynote conference speaker will be Bob Regan - Senior Product Manager, Macromedia Inc.

Other expert speakers include:

  • Jim Byrne - Director, Making Connections Unit, Glasgow Caledonian Univ.

  • Zoe Neumann - ICT Development Officer, RNIB.

  • Peter Rainger - Research Officer, TechDis.

  • Sydney Tyrrell - National Teaching Fellow, Coventry University.

Cost: Between 125.00 and 176.25.

Date: 23 June, 2004
Venue: University of Central Lancashire, Preston, England.
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