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Archived Webinar: Making Social Media More Accessible: What You Can Do Today

DigitalGov University webinar from 12/20012: Have you ever observed how people with disabilities are experiencing your content on social media? Is someone who uses a screen reader or other assistive technology able to understand your content on Twitter or Facebook?

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Apple iPad accessibility features - part 2 - speech


Scott Chesworth from RNIB gives an overview of the accessibility features built-in to the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. In part 2, Scott demonstrates the built-in speech features, Voiceover and an explaination of some of the gestures used with it.

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Exploring Web Accessibility

Thursday, February 28, 2013
10:30 AM Pacific, 1:30 PM Eastern

Adobe and SSB BART present an interactive webinar to address government-wide accessible digital communication.

The Web Accessibility webinar is an introduction for practitioners on how to create Web sites and applications that are accessible to people with disabilities and compliant with relevant standards. The course covers basic techniques for addressing accessibility errors. Specific emphasis is provided on Adobe applications.

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Archived Webinar: Accessible GPS

Katie Gilmour did this webinar for the AT Network in June of 2012. She covers the common aspects and the differences of the various accessible GPS systems on the market.

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New Acrobat accessibility training resources

According to Adobe, Acrobat Xl is a huge step forward in creating accessible documents. The new resources include:

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Archived Webinar on AT for Infants and Toddlers (AT Network)

Assistive technology (AT) can do much to support diverse learners in the areas of communication, behavior, play and learning. This training is focused on giving participants an opportunity to learn about AT tools and learn strategies to create a preschool classroom or home environment designed to engage all learners, ages 0-5 years.

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Assistive Technology for Infants and Toddlers


A training presented on Thursday, January 19, 2012 by Debbie Drennan and Janet Nunez, Parents Helping Parents iTECH Center is called "From Velcro to…. Assistive Technology for Ages 0-5: Exploring the Potential"  Assistive technology (AT) can do much to support diverse learners in the areas of communication, behavior, play and learning.

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