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EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 45, no. 6 (November/December 2010)

IT Accessibility

IT Accessibility Constituent Group

Web Accessibility Resource Page

EDUCAUSE 2010 Session Summaries:

  • Top 10 Things CIOs Need to Know about Accessibility
  • Basic Web Accessibility
  • HTML5 and Accessibility
  • Accessibility of Video and Audio
  • Providing an Accessible IT Environment: Campus Collaboration Is Key
  • Procurement Tips for Higher Education
  • How to Talk with Vendors about Accessibility
  • University of Wisconsin: Campus Accessibility Resource Link
  • Accessible Captioned Web Video at No Cost (Just Time and Effort)


EDUCAUSE 2010 Session Video
"Audio and Video Accessibility: Strategies and Workflows"
Speakers: Alice Anderson, Technology Accessibility Program Coordinator, University of Wisconsin-Madison; James Glapa-Grossklag, Dean, Educational Technology, Learning Resources, and Distance Leaning, College of the Canyons; Sean Keegan, Associate Director, Assistive Technology, Stanford University; Terrill Thompson, Technology Accessibility Specialist, University of Washington

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