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21 March 2022

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) has just updated their website to keep everyone informed of their progress.  They now have a single stoppage, to find all their latest information and projects. This will make keeping up to date with their work much easier to find.

Their new page is called “What we’re working on,” where you can see what is happening at W3C at a glance.  There is a handy content list is at the top of the page which links you directly to any projects and information currently available. Simply select the link you are interested in and it will take you to a brief description of the project.  If you would like more information on that particular project, there is another link directly to the project page.

Some of the items you will find on the page include:

  • A brief introduction
  • What is planned for the next couple of months – current work highlights
  • Upcoming publications
  • How to get involved
  • A “Wait there is more” section – currently listing various resources

Further information can be found on the W3C WAI landing page.

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