- Beginning August 4th: Digital Accessibility Maturity Model (DAMM) Series
- August 20th: 2015 Digital Accessibility Trends Update
Previously Recorded Webinars
A collection of our previously recorded webinars available to access at your convenience. If you have any problems accessing any of the listed presentations please contact Kim Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org for alternatives.
Closed captioning is available with all webinars.
A comprehensive look at key trends and developments in digital accessibility laws and standards, development paradigms and platforms expected in 2015.
A high-level overview of core accessibility concepts including challenges faced by various user types, leading assistive technologies, and laws and regulations related to accessibility.
A high-level overview of key business drivers for accessibility including conformance to the law, avoidance of revenue loss, minimization of legal risk and elimination of employee discrimination.
An introduction to domestic and international accessibility laws, standards, and regulations related to information technology.
A great webinar if you’re new to web accessibility, this 30 minute presentation gives a very high level overview of some of the core concepts including non-text elements, page structure, navigation, keyboard access and forms.
A high-level overview of digital accessibility policies, including why they are important, what types of accessibility policies should be developed and what other organizational policies must have accessibility components added in.
Review of the core digital accessibility policy documents that should be developed in Phase 1 of a policy development and implementation plan, including the Accessibility Policy, Accessibility Statement, Accessibility Issue Resolution Plan, Gap Analysis, and the Accessibility Compliance Program.
Review of the core digital accessibility policy documents that should be developed for the organization in Phase 2 of the policy development and implementation plan, including the Accessibility Communications Plan and Accessibility Training Plan.
Review of the core digital accessibility policy documents that should be developed for the organization in Phase 3 of the policy development and implementation plan, including the Accessibility Checklist and Accessibility Implementation Guides.
Review of the core digital accessibility policy documents that should be developed for the organization in Phase 4 of the policy development and implementation plan, including the Project Management Plan and Workflow Change Report.
A look at accessibility requirements specifically affecting telecommunications manufacturers and services providers, including Section 255, Telecommunications Relay Services and text-to-911 requirements.
Business drivers for creating an accessibility roadmap, relevant standards and guidelines, key concepts for building accessibility into a website and/or application and how to structure a sustainable accessibility product roadmap.
An overview of the Accessible Rich Internet Application (ARIA) specification, ARIA and WCAG, key ARIA features and where ARIA is supported.
A review of the different browsers available on mobile platforms and their level of accessibility with screen readers and ARIA roles, states, and properties.
Key guidance on how organizations can defend against potential litigation, respond to complaints, and implement structure and processes to meet consent decree performance objectives.
An overview of successful methods and lessons learned when defining and rolling out a digital accessibility training program in a large organization.
An overview the Digital Accessibility Maturity Model (DAMM) – a Capability Maturity Model based framework to help digital accessibility programs measure their development against an objective yardstick.
An overview of compliance monitoring, the benefits and limitations of automated testing, manual and functional testing and compliance testing models.
An overview of the FCC rules, including those pertaining to the CVAA, Section 255 of the Telecommunications Act and the rules covered by 47 CFR 6, 7 and 14.
Defines the requirements present in FCC accessible communications regulations for implementing and developing accessible technology.
A review of the recordkeeping obligations (47 CFR 14.31) of Section 717 of the Communications Act as it relates to organizations that are covered under the CVAA and Section 255 requirements.
Defines the required steps in a product development lifecycle to ensure conformance with the FCC accessible communications requirements while meeting the recordkeeping obligations of the CVAA.
Overview of the FCC laws and rules governing video programming for television program creators, content distributors, and video playback and recording devices and software.
Outlines the required steps in a content and product development lifecycle to ensure conformance with FCC Accessible Video Programming requirements.
A comprehensive framework for effectively developing and rolling out a digital accessibility program across an organization.
Methods and techniques for developing valid, defensible claims of accessibility compliance in public sector procurements, including VPATs and GPATs.
Review of the types of mobile content that can be tested automatically or in a guided automatic fashion and the types of controls typically tested. Webinar includes a live demonstration of the AMP for Mobile automated testing engine.