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What's New?

ATRC business card with braille impressions

Two new Inclusive Design courses have commenced at the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.

The Fluid Project is pleased to announce the final release of Fluid Infusion 0.6, featuring updated Uploader and Pager, new versions of Inline Edit, and previews of the new User Interface Options component and the Fluid Skinning System.

ATutor Implements IMS AccessForAll and ISO FDIS 24751, to create a learning management system that adapts to the needs of each learner.

SNOW - SNOW's Special Education Online Courses and Text Chat schedules have begun for the Winter session.

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines v2.0 - has been finalized by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). WCAG 2.0 improves upon W3C's groundbreaking initial standard for accessible Web content, applies to more advanced technologies, and is more precisely testable.

 "White Paper discussing the accessibility of Office Open XML"  


Upcoming Conferences & Events

A few highlights of conference that ATRC staff will be presenting at...

ATIA 2009 - The ATRC will be presenting a pre-conference workshop on " Low Vision in Students with Physical Disabilities" on January 28th, and a hands on session comparing Portable Video Magnification Aids on January 29th.

Product demonstrations - periodically, Vendors come to demonstrate new products at the ATRC. If you are in the Toronto area, please join us!

In Remembrance of Jon Kameoka

The ATRC fondly remembers Jon Kameoka 

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