The event: "Introducing PDF/UA, the new ISO Standard for Accessible PDF Electronic Document Technology." is the first stop on a world tour by NetCentric President and US Committee Chair for PDF/UA Duff Johnson to promote awareness of PDF/UA and to highlight the potential of the new standard for ensuring equal access to electronic content to all users.
The Introducing PDF/UA tour is beginning in Canberra in recognition of Australia's global leadership on access to electronic content. In addition to presentations on PDF and PDF/UA by Duff Johnson, the 2 October event will feature NV Access, the Brisbane-based non-profit and developers of the NVDA screen reader. NV Access is the first assistive technology developer worldwide to commit to supporting PDF/UA.
Hosted by NetCentric Technologies with sponsorship from the PDF Association and Adobe Systems, the event promises a full afternoon of information. Topics to be covered over the four hours will include:
Held in the Level 4 Conference Room at Canberra's Australian National Library, Introducing PDF/UA begins promptly at 1300. There is no charge for attendance, but with space for just 100 a capacity audience is expected. Those interested in attending must sign up in advance. Members of the press are welcome to attend.
Australian National Library