All Recorded Webinars
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.
10 Tips for Creating Accessible Web Content with (Updated) WCAG
In this webinar Janet Sylvia, Web Accessibility Consultant, will provide 10 Tips for creating accessible web content following the updated Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). This presentation is for anyone involved in the design, development or delivery of web-based information. This includes academic and online courses, websites and web-based applications, mobile technologies and procured goods and services.
The Forest and the Trees: Scaling for Enterprise-Level Digital Accessibility
In this webinar, Kathryn Weber-Hottleman will discuss global accessibility standards and broad and narrow applications of digital accessibility. You will also learn how to draft a plan for universal institutional accessibility, and understand how institutional accessibility impacts areas like procurement and standalone digital products.
Title III of the ADA: How Does it Apply to Hotels, Restaurants, and Businesses?
In this webinar, Marc Dubin, former Senior Trial Attorney of the US Department of Justice and CEO of ADA Expertise Consulting, will discuss the most common violations of the ADA that hotels, restaurants, and other businesses must address. In addition, each participant will be provided with a confidential quiz on service animal policy to help them assess their staff’s knowledge of the law and the risk that lack of training poses. Marc will hold all responses in confidence, and work with businesses to help them reduce their risk of ADA litigation or respond to ADA litigation.
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.
Universal Design for Learning: The Hidden Chapters
In this webinar, Thomas Tobin, faculty developer, consultant, and author, will dive deeper into the enterprise-level strategies for adopting UDL strategies. Tobin will explore the “hidden chapters” within his book to teach mid-level managers and directors in colleges, universities, and companies the best UDL practices to help fuel a successful implementation.
No Learner Left Behind: Designing and Delivering Accessible Learning Programs
Learning professionals must be able to design and deliver courses that work for people who are blind or visually impaired, deaf or hard-of-hearing, or have a cognitive processing or motor disorder. In this webinar, you will learn about all aspects of creating an accessible learning program that is also Section 508 compliant. We’ll identify what you can and cannot do during the design process to create accessible visuals, activities, and quizzes that engage your learners and optimize the learning process. We’ll also examine options for assessing learning, testing your system, and integrating with your LMS. This webinar will the challenge you and open your mind to the importance of designing and delivering accessible learning programs.
2018 Legal Update on Digital Access Cases with Lainey Feingold
This webinar will be presented by Lainey Feingold, an internationally recognized disability rights lawyer and pioneer of Structured Negotiation known for negotiating landmark accessibility agreements. In this webinar, Lainey will take us through key cases, court decisions, government agency activity, settlements, and other recent developments in the digital accessibility legal landscape since her last 3Play Media webinar in September 2017.
How to Mitigate the Risk of an Accessibility Lawsuit
In this webinar, Kristina Launey, a partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, will talk about the current state of the law regarding online accessibility. She will look into past and current lawsuits to bring insight into the patterns that are emerging from these lawsuits. Kristina will also discuss best practices for creating accessible websites and mitigating your risk of getting sued.