How Copyright and Fair Use Impact Third Party Captioning for Educational Video

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Blake Reid, an Assistant Clinical Professor in Technology Policy and Telecom Law at Colorado Law, will walk you through the conflict between copyright law and captioning law, focusing on the legality of captioning videos that you don’t own. This work is licensed…

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Updated February 6, 2018

When the DOJ/OCR Makes a Visit: Lessons Learned in Resolving Complaints About Inaccessible IT

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Over the last few years, many institutions of higher education have faced legal action for inaccessible IT. If an ADA or Section 504 accessibility complaint is filed at your school, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U.S. Department of Education Office…

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Updated February 6, 2018

What One School Learned from DOJ/OCR Accessibility Rulings at Other Institutions

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Over the past several years, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Office for Civil Rights (OCR) have completed dozens of rulings on IT accessibility at institutions of higher education. The University of Washington has used lessons learned from these settlements, agreements, and…

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Updated October 24, 2018

Complying with the Section 508 & Section 255 Refresh Presented by Bruce Bailey and Timothy Creagan from the U.S. Access Board

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Regulations often struggle to keep up with the ever-changing nature of modern technology. Unfortunately, this means many individuals with disabilities are often left with unequal access. On January 18, 2017, the U.S. Access Board released a comprehensive refresh of Section 508 of…

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Updated October 24, 2018

15 Years After An OCR Suit: NC State’s Accessibility Refresh

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Grey Reavis and Rebecca Sitton look at how NC State is creating a proactive strategy to address the current risk areas on campus.

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Updated October 24, 2018