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Do you train your staff on accessibility best practices?

Having a strong, well-developed training program can directly impact the success of your institution's accessibility initiative. Too often, training sessions are too long, too hard, and not engaging. As a result, nothing gets done. 

At Michigan State University, they realized it was time to change how they trained and supported their staff. 

In this webinar, Jennifer Ismirle, Senior User Experience Researcher, and Phillip Deaton, Accessibility Coordinator, from Michigan State University will share how they developed a digital accessibility training program for different types of content and content creators. They will discuss why training is important, as well as share strategies for creating an engaging and successful program. 

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November 30th, 2017

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Developing Accessibility Training Strategies in Higher Ed

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Thursday, September 13th

2pm-3:00pm ET

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Jennifer Ismirle

Senior User Experience Researcher

Michigan State University

Why training is needed


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Phillip Deaton

Digital Accessibility Coordinator

Michigan State University

Case study on the needs of a major MSU division

Problems with current training

What Michigan State University is doing

Strategies to implement in your trainings

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