4 Steps to Ensure Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Webcast Recording



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Many institutions have confusion over appropriate ways to audit their electronic information technology (EIT) to ensure accessibility and support long-term compliance. This online training offers an easy-to understand process that will help you:

  • Assess your current EITs in relation to accessibility standards
  • Create a strategic plan to address accessibility needs
  • Prioritize your most important needs
  • Ensure long-term accessibility

“This webinar was very informative and would be a useful tool to approach faculty and staff about the need for universal accessibility.”

-Mary Hunt, DSPS Specialist, Cerritos College

Who Should Attend

Disability services, information technology/CIOs, student affairs leadership, compliance officers, and purchasing officers will benefit from participating in this online training.

Learning Outcome

After participating in this online training you will be able to evaluate the state of your EIT compliance and build a strategic plan to make your instructional and informational technologies more accessible.


  • 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


L. Scott Lissner, ADA Coordinator, The Ohio State University

L. Scott Lissner has served in his current role since 2000; he also serves as an associate of the John Glenn School of Public Affairs and a lecturer for the Moritz College of Law, the Knowlton School of Architecture, and Disability Studies. Teaching and public service informs his work as the university’s disability compliance officer and energizes his role in creating seamless access to all of the university’s programs, services, employment opportunities, and facilities.

Lissner is president elect of the Association on Higher Education and Disability and is appointed to the Columbus Advisory Committee on Disability Issues, Ohio’s HAVA committee, and the Ohio Governor’s Council on People with Disabilities. Lissner publishes, presents, and consults frequently on disability issues.


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