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Helen Burge, Senior Accessibility and Usability Consultant, will discuss using the keyboard effectively when doing an accessibility audit. Most are aware of using the tab key, but what other methods are overlooked in an audit? Understanding this can help when testing non-web applications, and to remember the users we are trying to emulate in the audit process.

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