I’m at the National Association of Government Webmasters conference

I’m here to present sessions on Silverlight & Virtual Earth.  I just sat through an EXCELLENT session on accessibility:

"Section 508 / W3C Standards – Zoe Gillenwater

Starting with a general overview of the W3C/ Section508 standards and guidelines, this session will tell you why these standards are important and how you can use semantic coding and CSS to implement them."

I learned quite a bit from Zoe.

Are you a Government webmaster?  Do you know about this organization?  If not, you should check them out at http://www.nagw.org.  After the accessibility session, I sat in on their lunchtime associating meeting.  At the end of the meeting, member after member got up to praise the organization.  If you are a Government webmaster, this sounds like a great way to get involved in a network of your peers across Government organizations. 

I have no affiliation with NAGW.  I’m just here to present.  However, I thought many of the people who pay attention to this blog would appreciate the heads up.

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