Centre for Accessibility – April 2022 Newsletter

A cartoon of a sight-impaired man walking with a cane

In this edition:

(i) Staff Introduction — Colleen Hunter;

(ii) Web and Document Accessibility Workshop: Tickets Available;

(iii) W3C WAI updates Curricula on Web Accessibility with new designer modules;

(iv) ABC and SBS receive audio description funding for the next three years;

(v) Business should provide better digital access: Forbes;

(vi) VR and accessibility highlighted by PlayStation VR2 launch;

(vii) Ability Heroes website created to provide access and inclusion support in Australia;

(viii) Digital Access for people with disability looking brighter with WCAG 3.0: Forbes;

(viii) W3C WAI creates a one-stop webpage to share all work in progress;

(ix) Join our social movement — Become a Friend of CFA Australia; and

(x) Help Desk — Need some extra support? Visit our free help desk!

We continue to be huge fans of the Centre for Accessibility and we should all (disabled and non-disabled) celebrate their important work.  The April edition includes some great and important reads. We urge all members of the platform and followers to subscribe to the CFA Newsletter.
We continue to be huge fans of the Centre for Accessibility and we should all (disabled and non-disabled) celebrate their important work.  The April edition includes some great and important reads. We urge all members of the platform and followers to subscribe to the CFA Newsletter.

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