iPhone, iPad and VoiceOver
Apple VoiceOver is now an effective and easy to use screen reader. In this video, David Woodbridge from Vision Australia demonstrates how he uses VoiceOver with the iPhone and iPad.

Accessible forms using WCAG 2.0
This article contains six short videos showing different features of web forms are presented by screen readers.

Refreshable Braille and the Web
In this video Bruce Maguire demonstrates how he uses a refreshable Braille device to access the web and find a book a book on the Amazon site.

Conversation with Molly Holzschlag
Molly Holzschlag and Roger Hudson discuss web standards, interoperability, HTML5, IE8 and web professionalism at the 2008 Webstock Conference in New Zealand.

Interview with Shawn Henry
Shawn Henry, from the W3C, was a presenter at Webstock 2008. During a break in the conference, she talked with Roger Hudson about how she first got involved in website accessibility, the need to break down of misconceptions associated with accessibility and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Versions 1 and 2.

Wheeling in Second Life
Judith has cerebral palsy.In this video she talks about her experiences using Second Life and a club called “Wheelies”.