Tag: ICT Accessibility

It’s In There: Accessibility Features Across Platforms

With so many apps and software tools available for our technology today, it is sometimes difficult to know what might work for an individual. But wait ….. what about built in accessibility features? These supports are built into every computer and mobile device platform, yet many people don’t know what they already have! Come participate in this BYOD session as we dive deep into the built in accessibility features of your devices (iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, Chromebook) to explore options to support individuals in the area of reading, writing, vision, physical access and more!

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Explore and utilize built in accessibility features on various platforms to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities.
  • Compare built in features across platforms in order to successfully match individual needs to features of tools.
  • Determine effective strategies to utilize the built in accessibility features as a support for all individuals.

Presentation Materials

ICT Accessibility – User Experience Examples

Join Ann Kettler as she walks through case studies highlighting how assistive technology users engage with content. From the good, the bad and the ugly, learn tips and tricks along the way to help ensure your organization’s digital content provides the best user experience possible for everyone.

Key Learning Outcomes

In this session, participants will learn:

  • How assistive technology users engage with content.
  • What barriers are created for assistive technology users when content is inaccessible.
  • How to review their own content to ensure their own content accessibility.

Becoming an Accessibility “Chef:” Recipes for Creating Content/Quizzes Using Office Software

Recent world events have illustrated the increased reliance on digital files in education and professional settings. As digital information becomes more commonplace, our need to improve access to these materials using universal design principles increases. Learn about the ingredients and steps needed to create accessible assignments and quizzes using Google Forms and Microsoft Forms that can be used by everyone.

Key Learning Outcomes

1. Participants will be able to identify the requirements and steps needed to create quizzes using Google Forms and Microsoft Forms.
2. Participants will compare features and identify common techniques the two tools use to create forms.
3. Participants will gain confidence using these tools by having the opportunity to complete hands on activities during the presentation.

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