Upcoming Webinars on Accessible Multimedia, UDL, and Legal Complaints about Digital Inclusion
It’s a new year, and that means it’s a great time to examine your web design with fresh eyes. The hot topic that keeps getting hotter: accessible design.
This month and next, we’re offering 3 free webinars with experts who can help you:
- Convince higher-ups about the importance of universal design — especially in higher ed and e-Learning
- Understand what happens to organizations that field accessibility complaints from the Department of Justice
- Implement inclusive design tips for online video, audio, and multimedia
Register for these free webinars by following the links below.
January 21, 2016 at 2pm – 3pm ET
Presented by Thomas Tobin, the Coordinator of Learning Technologies in the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, this webinar will explore strategies for getting administrative and faculty buy-in for UDL. Thomas will focus on key shifts to make at your institution that will help demonstrate a measurable return on the investment of UDL.
February 17, 2016 at 2pm – 3pm ET
In this webinar, accessibility leaders at three different universities will discuss what to expect in a DOJ or OCR review, as well as the lessons they’ve learned at their institutions in resolving complaints about inaccessible IT. Learning from schools that have successfully resolved DOJ/OCR complaints, this webinar will provide valuable insight into how campus communities can work to ensure the accessibility of IT.
February 25, 2016 at 2pm – 3pm ET
In this webinar, Janet Sylvia, Web Accessibility Group Leader and Web Accessibility Trainer, and Lily Bond from 3Play Media will go through 10 tips for implementing accessible online media at your institution. Looking at several different scenarios, they will discuss actionable strategies to help you find a solution that will work for you.
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