Learn what content needs to be accessible, how to make it accessible, and why it matters to your school.
About 15% of the world population lives with some kind of disability that could prevent them from fully engaging with your school's website content — be it deafness, blindness, dyslexia, or color-blindness, for example. The ADA mandates that businesses and organizations make digital content fully accessible to these individuals.
What does that mean exactly? In this webinar, Finalsite Client Success Manager Gerard Gustafson alongside one of AudioEye's certified accessibility professionals, Maxie Adler share why accessible content is important, what content needs to be accessible, and how to achieve it.
IN THIS WEBINAR WE COVER:
- 3 common accessibility misconceptions
- Why your website and content should be accessible
- WCAG 2.0
- Universal Design Principles
- Common Accessibility Errors
- How to achieve and maintain digital accessibility in compliance with ADA-Related Requirements
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Maxie Adler is Lead Customer Experience Manager at AudioEye. As a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) and Digital Accessibility subject matter expert, she is well versed in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and ADA-related accessibility requirements. She works strategically with customers as their accessibility partner to ensure all accessibility and usability goals are achieved. Maxie works at AudioEye headquarters in Tucson, Arizona.