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As usual at this time of year, we are busy preparing for the annual W4A Conference
(Web For All). This year, for the first time, W4A is being held in Perth WA, along with the WWW 2017 and Festival of the Web). W4A 2017 is co-located with WWW 2017 and runs from April 2-4.
This year we have some exciting events as part of the W4A program. One of these is the Accessibility Hack
. While we’d love you to join us for the full W4A program, if this is not possible, you are welcome to register for the one day, or just for the Accessibility Hack. If you register for the one day, you can come to the Convention Centre in the morning for the Breakfast for the Brain
and also the morning program of W4A and hear some of the presentations.
Another highlight is the W4A Annual Dinner which is being held this year on Sunday evening, April 2nd
at the Kailis Trigg Restaurant starting at 5:30 for pre-dinner drinks. WA’s own Dr Scott Hollier is the featured after dinner speaker. You can register for just the dinner if you can’t come for the rest of the conference by emailing Daniela.Dwyer@encanta.com.au
who will look after dinner registration for you. If you register for the 3-days of W4A, you will be entitled to come to that dinner and also the WWW 2017 Welcome Dinner on the Monday evening at no additional charge.
For all information about W4A, please see the website or contact Vivienne at email@example.com
WWW 2017 Conference
is the annual conference involving the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and is being held at the Perth Convention Centre. This will run from April 3-7. Please check out the website for the program and registration
We are running our 5-week course: Digital Accessibility – Theory and Practice
. During the course, participants will prepare a Digital Accessibility Action Plan for their organisation and conduct an initial high level review of the organisation’s digital resources (web and documents) under the guidance and support of Web Key IT’s accessibility experts. If you’re an ACS CT or CP member, this course qualifies for 12 PD hours. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
for a course outline or to register.
Festival of the Web
incorporates the WWW, W4A and a number of other co-located conferences and activities.
We look forward to catching up with you at one (or all!) of these events. Have a great month!