Volunteers needed for accessibility heuristic evaluations
colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Fri May 25 23:39:59 UTC 2007
As you have probably heard, the Fluid project is working on a series of
heuristic evaluations of uPortal, Sakai, and Moodle. We're looking for
volunteers who are interested in helping out with the accessibility side
of these evaluations. This includes helping to define the accessibility
protocols, mentoring others on accessibility practices, and helping to
actually review the software applications.
Heuristic evaluations are an easy and low-cost way to assess the user
interface of an application, identifying usability and accessibility
problems based on recognized principles or heuristics.
You can find out more about heuristic evaluations in the Fluid wiki:
We've got a great group of accessibility experts--coordinated by Mike
Elledge at MSU--who can help with training and advice if you're
interested in getting involved but need a bit of guidance in the process.
Please let me know if you're interested in helping out,
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
More information about the fluid-work