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Wells Fargo’s Guide to Social Media Accessibility

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There are 3.78 billion people around the world who use social media. But while social media is a free resource that anyone can download, not everyone can access it. Laurie Merryman is here to change that. Laurie serves as an internal accessibility…

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Updated September 27, 2021

State of Online Accessibility Lawsuits

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Recently, we’ve seen an unprecedented number of web accessibility lawsuits emerge around the country. When you look closely at these lawsuits, you begin to see trends that tell a story around who is getting sued, where it’s coming from, and why it’s…

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Updated September 20, 2021

2021 State of Content Accessibility

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In this webinar, Level Access and 3Play Media will share the results from two nationwide studies on the current online accessibility landscape with a focus on content. This webinar is perfect for content creators, marketers, educators, and video creators. In this webinar…

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Updated September 10, 2021

Baking Accessibility into Your Event Strategy

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What We’ll Cover In this webinar, we’ll explore what it means to host accessible events, and how event planners can incorporate best practices to ensure all steps of their events are accessible. We’ll talk about the essential elements of accessible in-person, hybrid,…

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Updated July 30, 2021

Accessibility 101 for Financial Institutions

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Michele Landis, a Co-Founder and the CRO of Accessible360, will go through how to create barrier-free banking and accessible user experiences. She will run through key laws and lawsuits that are shaping the digital landscape of the finance industry and detail what…

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Updated October 8, 2021

Celebrate GAAD with Actor Mickey Rowe and Disability Rights Advocate Michael Agyin

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Mickey was the first autistic actor to play Christopher Boone, the lead role in the Tony Award winning play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. He’s also the founding Artistic Director of National Disability Theatre, which works in partnership…

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Updated May 21, 2021

ACCESS at Home

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April 22, 2021

Creating and Providing Training on Accessibility

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Learn how to provide three levels of training on accessibility: introductory, mid-level, and detailed level. We’ll discuss the goals for each level, activities and content to include, and tips on preparing to present. This webinar will cover: Three levels of accessibility training…

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Updated April 9, 2021

The Dark Arts Explained: How to Get Funding, People, and Time to Implement UDL

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How do you present UDL as a lasting positive practice for your institution, one that isn’t just the newest buzz-worthy practice that some vice president came back with after this year’s leadership conference? As advocates for diversity, equity, and inclusion, we often…

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Updated May 11, 2021

ACCESS at Home

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December 21, 2020

Text Accessibility On Mobile Devices: More Than Meets The Eye

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Visual tracking challenges make reading difficult for readers with many common physical and cognitive differences. Learn about some of the tensions and tradeoffs related to text layout, as well as some digital-first technologies aiming to assist with visual tracking for readers of…

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Updated January 29, 2021

Toolkit for Inclusivity in Higher Education

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Universal design is a framework for building systems that are accessible to all people. In this webinar, Sheryl Burgstahler, Ph.D., author of Creating Inclusive Learning Opportunities in Higher Education, will provide practical steps for incorporating universal design into your higher education environment…

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Updated December 4, 2020