All Recorded Webinars
Web Accessibility Lawsuit Trends in 2020
In this webinar, Jason Taylor, Chief Innovation Officer at Usablenet, will look at all the key trends in web accessibility lawsuits, including the impact from the coronavirus, the importance of mobile, the impact of widgets and overlays, and the most essential WCAG standards.
The Dark Arts Explained: How to Get Funding, People, and Time to Implement UDL
We all agree that expanding access, choice, and agency for those whom we serve is the right thing to do, but our efforts to increase inclusive practices can get bogged down because of issues around time, funding, resources, and innovation fatigue.
Using a tactical-toolkit approach can attract more resources for universal design for learning (UDL) efforts at your school, college, university, or company. In this session, you will learn the Dark Arts of UDL: three common practices that get in our way (and we should stop doing), as well as a secret script for interactions with your leadership team and your budget office.
The 2020 State of Automatic Speech Recognition
Is automatic speech recognition (ASR) enough to make video accessible? What is the most accurate ASR software?
In this session, we’ll dive into the latest research on the current state of automatic speech recognition as it applies to captioning.
Intro to Audio Description
This webinar will cover the basics of how to add audio description to online video, legal requirements for audio description, video player compatibility, examples and demos, how to create audio description, and benefits of audio description outside of accessibility.
Toolkit for Inclusivity in Higher Education
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 to create an inclusive and diverse space for all students.