Want to get your content mobile?

A little nugget of gold appeared in my RSS feed today. W3C is running a free four week online course: An Introduction to W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices, May 26 to June 20 2008.

This is great news as since publication of the Mobile Web Best Practices (MWBP) in 2006 the Mobile Web Initiative and the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) have done great work flagging up the cross over between mobile and web accessibility. So if you’re an accessibility advocate or just want to know what needs to be done to make your content mobile (and therefore more accessible) sign up and I’ll see you there.

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  3. Thanks for pointing to that online course. Unfortunately I read your post way too late. Registration already closed on May 5th 🙁 I hope they’ll soon offer that course again.

  4. Hi Michael, that’s a shame – it looks like it should be a good course. I’ll keep you posted if there are more courses planned and will no doubt share learnings on this blog as well so stay tuned. Henny

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