Digital Accessibility the Invisible Civil Rights Challenge of the 21st Century
Often organizations may not know where to go or how to get started in making their websites and technologies accessible for people with disabilities. In celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (May 16), the Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities will host a webinar May 10, “Digital Accessibility the Invisible Civil Rights Challenge of the 21st Century.” Join us at 2:00 PM for a panel discussion with Sharron Rush of Knowbility, Glenda Sims of Deque, and Michael More of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. These experts will share common examples of accessibility barriers and solutions, training opportunities to learn more about accessibility, accessibility testing/development tools and resources, answer questions, and share best practice examples for bringing organizations into compliance with accessibility laws and standards.

Session Length:
1 1/4 hours including Q and A

Registration Limitations and Expectations:
• You must register and attend to receive a certificate of attendance and/or copies of the training materials.
• If you are watching the session as a class, email to obtain a sign in sheet needed to validate your attendance. You are still required to register individually for each session.

Real time captioning will be provided for this session. ZOOM is accessible for screen magnifiers. If you need other accommodations or have questions, email or call 512-463-5740.

May 10, 2019 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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