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Accessibility Webinar – We Don’t Have Enough Staff Assigned to Making IT Accessible!
October 30, 2019 @ 11:00 AM - 12:15 PMFree
Topic: We Don’t Have Enough Staff Assigned to Making IT (Digital/Web Information) Accessible!
Recorded Presenter: Sheryl Burgstahler, Director, Accessible Technology Services, University of Washington
In this session the speaker will engage with attendees on promising practices for making the most of limited resources toward a more accessible campus environment. Topics will include such things as convening a high level task force of key stakeholders on campus, developing campus accessibility policies and guidelines, offering training on accessibility, developing campus partnerships, supporting a group of accessibility liaisons to extend the reach of central services, and securing funds to proactively caption videos and remediate inaccessible documents.
Additional information available at the We don’t Have Enough Staff breakout session description at the AHG 2018 conference archives.
These webinars will be a mix of recorded sessions from the Accessing Higher Ground 2018 and 2019 full conference and local accessibility experts in the Minnesota State system. Each webinar will focus on a topic and will be followed by facilitated dialogue. These will not be recorded due to licensing provisions.
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This is a part of the Digital Accessibility Awareness and Skill Development Series.
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Questions? Contact Lesley Blicker