Best Practices for Overlays– Part 3

I'll keep this update short.

I'm moving further development of the overlays best practices back to email only. If you would like to participate in this discussion, feel free to drop me a message at If you have participated in this discussion before, there is no need to email me-- I'll make sure you are included in future drafts.

Eventually, this process will yield a draft set of recommendations for the IAAP's consideration. Hopefully, these recommendations will also serve as a discussion piece for the upcoming mEnabling Conference in October. After that, it will be up to IAAP to refine these recommendations into final form through a transparent and open process.

I had hoped that posting updates here would foster greater transparency and open discussion about overlays at this early stage, but this practice also attracted enough confusion and criticism to delay finishing this work in a timely manner. It also provided an easy target others to attack.

Thank you for your understanding.

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