Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat have long been used as standard formats for distributing documents. However, it requires planning, consideration, and some technical know-how to ensure that your documents are accessible to all individuals. In this webinar, you'll learn the skills needed to make sure that your documents are accessible and ADA compliant.
About the Global Accessibility Day Webinar Series
In celebration of the eighth Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 16, 2019, ATinNH is presenting a series of three webinars designed to help individuals learn more about web accessibility, accessible document creation, and remediating documents for full accessibility. This series of webinars is designed to serve as a foundational educational experience for individuals to learn more about how to make the content that they create on a daily basis accessible to everyone.
More Webinars in the Accessibility Day Webinar Series
Introduction to Digital Accessibility!
May 2, 2019
Digital accessibility should be at the forefront of all our digital content creation. However, it can be difficult to understand, decipher, and put into practice in a real and meaningful way. This webinar will explain the guiding principles of digital accessibility by learning and breaking down the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, the federal standard for digital accessibility. Please note: this webinar is focused on the universal principles of digital accessibility, it is not geared towards website development.
Broken... Please fix?!
May 16, 2019
"I did exactly what you told me to and I have multiple accessibility errors!? WHY?!" In this webinar we will discuss what to do when you have a list of errors from Microsoft's accessibility checker and your full accessibility report from Adobe Acrobat looks like a graduate thesis. This webinar walks through various types of errors, the remediation of those errors, and what you can do to make sure you are generating the most accessible content possible, regardless of the platform.
Stacy joined the IOD in February 2014. She worked as program coordinator with Assistive Technology in NH and more recently with UNH4U before joining NH-ME LEND. Stacy began her career in education as a paraprofessional, then went on to earn her BA and M.Ed, Stacy is a is a Nationally Certified Assistive Technology Professional and has a graduate certificate in Assistive Technology. Through the years Stacy has taught in multiple districts throughout NH as special educator, classroom teacher, Title 1 teacher, and paraprofessional. She has provided services to individuals with disabilities for 30 years and has conducted trainings and consultation services regionally and nationally including teaching post-secondary courses in both education and assistive technology. Stacy is a lifelong learner excited to share in the learning process with others.