AzTAP provides customized small and large group trainings on a wide range of AT topics. Formats include face to face presentations, hands-on workshops and webinars.
Please complete the online registration form for our trainings and events. Space may be limited!
Microsoft Accessibility Resource Center (MARC) Trainings:
- December 10, 2014, 10 am – 12 noon: Learn about the accessibility features of Windows 8. Register on-line using the form above (the blue button). Bring your own device if you want hands-on experience navigating through the features.
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New Products at AzTAP; December 12, 2014, 3 pm – 4 pm
Highlighting some of the new products in the AzTAP lending library. Presented by Mellowdee J. Brooks, MEd, ATP, SLPA – Assistive Technology Specialist at AzTAP. Click here to register.
Introduction to IT Accessibility; January 13, 2015, 1 pm
An overview of accessibility, where people with disabilities and technology meet. A discussion about what accessibility is, why it’s vital, and applicable laws. Presented by Rob Carr, Oklahoma ABLE Tech. Space is limited! Click here to register.
New Developments in what’s coming in AT; January 20, 2015, 3 pm – 4 pm
An overview of new developments in assistive technology. Presented by Clayton Guffey, MSW, CRC, ATP, CEAC – Assistive Technology Specialist in AzTAP. Click here to register.
Document Accessibility in Word 2010; February 25, 2015, 1 pm
For document authors, an introductory look at how to make documents more accessible using Word 2010. Presented by T. J. Schlouski, Illinois Assistive Technology Program. Space is limited! Click here to register.
Accessible PowerPoint Presentations; March 25, 2015, 12 NOON
For presentation authors, an introductory look at how to make presentations more accessible using PowerPoint 2010. Presented by T. J. Schlouski, Illinois Assistive Technology Program. Space is limited! Click here to register.
Considerations for Multimedia Accessibility; April 29, 2015, 12 NOON
A high-level look at tools and tips to help make audio and video more accessible. Includes some discussion about captioning techniques, such as revoicing. Presented by Carolyn Phillips, Tools for Life, Georgia’s Assistive Technology Act Program. Space is limited! Click here to register.*When you register for a webinar, you will receive a separate email with connection and login instructions.
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