4 Steps to Ensure Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility

(Retired)

4 Steps to Ensure Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility

(Retired)

Table of Contents


Overview

Make sure your instructional and informational technology is accessible to everyone on campus.

 

Agenda

  • What’s Changed?
    • Regulatory requirements
    • Case law
  • 4 Steps for EIT Compliance
    • Assessing: Do your current EITs meet the most updated accessibility standards?
      • Conducting an in-house self-audit
      • Choosing the right standard for your institution
    • Building: How do you create a strategic plan to address your accessibility needs?
      • Long-term strategic plan timelines
      • Interim strategic plans to mitigate the purchasing process
    • Prioritizing: What are the most important needs for your institution?
      • Functional considerations for online services
      • Volume considerations for the most common needs
    • Identifying: What needs to be reviewed to ensure long-term accessibility?
      • Contract renewal dates
      • Purchasing guidelines and RFP adjustments
  • What Now?
    • Preparing for upcoming government standards
    • Action steps to get you started today
  • Final Q&A

 

Resources

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Why is this event retired?

At AI we want to always ensure that the best and most current trainings are available to members, and we regularly review our trainings to ensure that is the case.