In this web accessibility class, students will learn why and how to create websites that meet the Section 508 standards for website accessibility. This class targets non-designers, project managers, testers, and decision makers - i.e, people who will be responsible for understanding, creating, and enforcing web accessibility guidelines. Students attending this class do not need to have expert knowledge of web design. We will cover the basics of HTML and CSS on the first day.
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