Everybody who's *any*body in the adaptive-technology world joined the
jetset in L.A. two weeks ago for the annual California State
University--Northridge accessibility conference, where elite
attendees enjoyed après-ski and apéritifs by the light of a crackling
natural-gas bonfire under heavy armed guard.
And of course we plebes didn't even know about it. It is merely
assumed, superciliously, that *everyone* knows about CSUN and
*everyone* who's serious about accessibility makes the pilgrimage.
Who could knowingly miss all that après-ski, all those apéritifs?
Nonetheless, many papers from the conference were published. Here are
some of the sexiest:
Click the Captions, Select the Descriptions: Making Captioning and
Video Description Essential for Any Learner in Broadband Education
Achieving Automated Web Site Accessibility
BEYOND CAPTIONING: THE NEXT FRONTIER
Accessing Interactive Television: It's More than Meets the Eye
SMIL: YOU'RE ON THE INTERNET
Transcoding System for the Non-Visual Web Access (1) - Automatic Transcoding -
Transcoding System for the Non-Visual Web Access (2) --
Annotation-based Transcoding --
Publishing Accessible WWW Presentations from Power Point Slide Presentations
A WEB ACCESSIBILITY EVALUATION AND REPAIR TOOL WITH APPLICATION TO
SECTION 508 STANDARDS
The Educational (and Cutting) Edge of Media Access
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