Thanks to Stacy Driscoll, Program Coordinator for the NH AT Program (ATinNH), for these tips for how to ensure your next Zoom meeting or webinar is accessible to all, including participants with disabilities.
Educators! You’re building the plane while flying it, we know. Here’s a starting place for keeping in mind your students with disabilities who use assistive technology to access the curriculum.
Thank you to Adam Kosakowski, M.Ed., ATP, from the Connecticut Tech Act Project for this digital accessibility tip!
Someday posts like this one won’t be necessary because web accessibility guidelines will be built into every theme, template, and tool.
Six changes made to AT3 Center News and Tips to improve readability for everyone, including individuals with disabilities and seniors.
Sharing this project with AT3 Center blog readers is irresistible. To conclude our series on accessible video making, embedded here is a one-minute promotional video I made for the Massachusetts durable medical equipment (DME) reuse program, REquipment.
Welcome to part three in our series on easy approaches to creating accessible videos.
YouDescribe makes it easy to ensure your video content is accessible to individuals who have a visual impairment. It’s also free and provides support!
Too often it’s all just technical. When it comes to Section 508, it’s easy to feel lost in the weeds. Enter AT users speaking for themselves.
Videos are powerful tools for raising assistive technology awareness, but only if they reach persons with hearing and visual impairments, too.