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Translating Accessibility for the Lay User

taught by: Rita Fennelly-Atkinson

Description:

This session will discuss methods to guide lay users toward accessible practices. While examples and materials provided will be geared toward educators and instructional content & materials, this session is appropriate for developers, educational technology organizations, educators, and staff responsible for accessibility compliance. Ideas and considerations for designing accessible practices and products will be discussed. Participants will leave with materials geared toward lay users that can be used or adapted.

Practical Skills:

  • Offer ideas and considerations for designing accessible practices and products within education will be discussed
  • Outline the process for how to translate accessibility requirements into easy-to-use guidelines or guides for lay users
  • Participants will leave with materials and examples geared toward lay users that can be used or adapted

Prerequisites:

  • None