Upcoming Webinars: Web Accessibility Gaps, Lawsuits, and Best Practices
Updated: January 4, 2018
This summer our webinar offerings are packed with valuable tips and expert advice about closed captioning best practices, web accessibility lawsuits, accessibility audits, and even app accessibility.
Details and registration links below.
June 23, 2016 at 2pm – 2:30pm ET
Join us on June 23rd to learn more about 3Play Media’s closed captioning process, services, tools, and standards. In this webinar, Chief Revenue Officer and co-founder Josh Miller will address how 3Play Media can help make your videos fully accessible, searchable, and more engaging for all viewers.
June 29, 2016 at 2pm – 3pm ET
In this webinar, Mike Paciello, founding partner of The Paciello Group, will discuss accessibility gap analysis, a critical step in building – or fixing – accessibility at your organization. Taking a high-level approach, he will cover strategies for evaluating your current level of accessibility, identifying areas of risk, and developing a plan to achieve compliance with web accessibility standards.
July 7, 2016 at 2pm – 3pm ET
In this webinar, Jared Smith, the Associate Director of WebAIM, will provide an overview of web accessibility. His expertise in the field will leave you with web accessibility tips and strategies that you can implement right away, as well as tools and resources for evaluating your site or web application’s current accessibility.
August 4, 2016 at 2pm – 3pm ET
In this webinar, Owen Edwards from SSB BART Group and Lily Bond from 3Play Media will take a look at recent video accessibility lawsuits and their implications for other organizations across industries. Their focus will be on closed captioning and video description legal requirements, case law, and standards.
September 8, 2016 at 2pm – 2:30pm ET
Watch this webinar to learn the basics of how to add closed captions to online video to make it fully accessible, searchable, and SEO-friendly. This webinar covers Section 508 and ADA accessibility compliance, creation of closed captions, explanation of caption formats and video player compatibility, as well as an overview of automated workflows and integration with lecture capture and video platforms.
Q&A: McGraw-Hill’s Roadmap Towards Greater Accessibility
Through their Roadmap to Accessibility, McGraw-Hill is steadily incorporating its accessibility initiatives into their products. As a result, McGraw-Hill is becoming a leader in accessible publishing. While they are the first to admit that it’s not always a clear road ahead, McGraw-Hill’s…
4 Reasons You Need Caption Encoding
What is it? Caption encoding is when captions are embedded into the video and presented as a single asset. Typically, captions are added onto a video as a “sidecar file,” but this method is intended for online video where one can upload…
University-Wide Accessibility: Q&A with CUNY
Carlos Herrera is Assistant Director of Services for Students with Disabilities, and Coordinator of the Technology Accessibility Task Force at City University of New York (CUNY). CUNY is comprised of 24 colleges and graduate schools across New York City, all of which…