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Hi All, Attached are minutes from the IT Accessibility Constituent Group annual face-to-face meeting, held at the EDUCAUSE national conference in Denver a few weeks ago. There were 22 people at the meeting and we had some great discussion focusing largely on activities, next steps, and future directions for this group. The group is much larger than that number would suggest: We currently have 312 subscribers on this list (up from 264 this time last year). For those of you who were unable to attend the meeting, please feel free to share your thoughts about any of the topics discussed, or any other thoughts about what you'd like to see from this group. At the meeting I announced that after serving as group leader since 2007, I would be stepping aside and Greg Kraus of North Carolina State University would be stepping into that role. Greg's been active in the IT accessibility space for many years, both as a vendor and a University IT Accessibility Coordinator, and has been an active participant in the group. Thanks for stepping up to serve as CG leader, Greg! Terrill -- Terrill Thompson Technology Accessibility Specialist DO-IT, Accessible Technology UW Information Technology University of Washington tft@uw.edu ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
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