All Recorded Webinars
How to Write a Web Accessibility Statement & Why You Should Be Proactive
In this webinar, Marc Dubin, former Senior Trial Attorney of the US Department of Justice and CEO of ADA Expertise Consulting, will discuss why it is essential to be proactive with web accessibility. He will help businesses and state & local governments understand their web accessibility requirements under the ADA, as well as what to include in a web accessibility statement.
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.
Quick Start to Captioning
Learn the basics of how to add closed captions to online video to make it fully accessible, searchable, and SEO-friendly.
Improving Engagement and Comprehension of Training Videos the Oracle Way
In this webinar hosted by Training Magazine Network, Ben Labrum, Sr. Principal Product Manager at Oracle University Digital Learning, and Lily Bond, Director of Marketing at 3Play Media, share how creating accessible videos leads to greater employee engagement and comprehension.
Navigating the Venn Diagram of Video Accessibility Laws
In this webinar, Lily Bond, Director of Marketing at 3Play Media, will dive into the venn diagram of a11y laws, proving that it’s not as daunting as it might seem. She’ll cover the historical lawsuits that have shaped our current legal landscape, as well as discuss how these laws apply to your specific industry.
The Legal Year in Review: Accessibility Trends in Higher Ed
In this webinar, Paul Grossman will cover major trends in accessibility law as it applies to higher ed. If you haven’t had the chance to see Paul speak at AHEAD, this is a great opportunity to learn about the state of accessibility in higher education from the retired Chief Regional Attorney at the US Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR).
This session will cover key illustrative cases and decisions in 2017-2018 that have potential impact on campus and organization policies, practices, and environments.
Presented by Paul Grossman, retired Chief Regional Attorney at the Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights.
Incorporating Accessibility into the Procurement Process
In this webinar, Kara Zirkle, Accessible Technology Specialist at Miami University, will go over the lessons she’s learned from establishing a procurement process at George Mason and now Miami University. She will share what important tools you can use in your procurement workflows, as well as demonstrate how you can build a procurement process at your university.
The Key Partnerships for Designing Accessible Online Classes
In this webinar, Dawn Hunziker, IT Accessibility Consultant, and Janet Smith, Quality Assurance Coordinator, from the University of Arizona (UA) will help answer how to build effective partnerships to great accessibility on campus. They will share how they built out their team, how they got faculty buy-in, and what tools they have created to help individuals across campus build accessible online courses.
University-Wide Accessibility: Supporting all Students and Faculty with Disabilities in Higher Education
In this webinar, Carlos Herrera, Assistant Director of Services for Students with Disabilities at CUNY, will tell us just how CUNY established university-wide accessibility to support faculty and students. He will share CUNY’s approach for building awareness and partnerships with faculty and staff, as well as talk through the challenges they have confronted and overcome.