In attendance: Herb, Paul, Rich, Colin, Kathy, Ron, Dave, Tara, Mike, Shaw-Han, Seamus, Daphne, Clayton, Gary


    * Introductions / interest in heuristic work
    * Update from Clayton on accessibility heuristics research
    * Review/thoughts on material shared so far
    * Discuss heuristic checklists:  Accessibility Heuristic Checklist, Usability Heuristic checklists to ponder
    * Discuss evaluation protocol / format (straw man)
    * Need volunteer evaluators
          o same evaluator for usability and accessibility?
    * Identify leads for Sakai, Moodle, uPortal heuristics (some thoughts on responsibilities):
          o Coordinate / create activity list for each project
          o Split evaluation into reasonable chunks (2 - 3 hours for each evaluator)
          o Coordinate review
          o Coordinate synthesis of findings, prioritization & recommended solutions
          o Coordinate/write report for communities
    * Other?


WCAG 2 Principles
1. Content must be perceivable
2. Interface components in the content must be operable
3. Content and controls must be understandable
4. Content should be robust enough to work with current and future "user agents" (ie. browsers and assistive technologies)

Agreed to intergrate usability and accessibility heuristic into one
An evaluator will evaluate in both respects.  Perhaps there are some mentoring opportunties.  Paired evaluating, pairing up different expertise?

We will create teams (working groups) for each product (Sakai, Moodle, uPortal)

We'll standardize the protocol across all projects and customize scenarios of use to each kind of application

    Perhaps Moodle and Sakai will share some scenarios.  It would be good to find some shared activities across all 3. 

Heuristics Working Group Volunteers
Accessibility: Mike (lead), Rich, Colin
Sakai: Daphne, Kathy, Seamus
uPortal: Tara, Daphne, Colin, Kathy?, Gary?
Moodle: Ron (lead), Herb, Dave

Continued meeting with Colin, Clayton, Gary, Paul...

Idea of content and process