Accessing Higher Ground conference set for November

By Staff

Accessing Higher Ground, to be presented by CU-Boulder Nov. 14-18 at the Westin Hotel in Westminster, draws experts from around the country and internationally in the area of accessible media, universal design and best practices for Web and media design. The CU campuses and CU system are eligible for a 50 percent discount on main conference registration fees. Click on the registration link to receive the campus discount and for other information.

Highlights from the program of over 60 sessions:

Don’t Ask, Do Tell: Making Third Party Web Sites Accessible Without the Owners’ Help and Educating Owners on How to Make Better Sites

Accessibility Testing in the Real World

Evaluating Web Content Accessibility: Using WAVE to Facilitate Human Evaluation

Moodle 2 Accessibility: Results from NC State University’s Accessibility Evaluation

Rolling Craps on Canvas - Accessible Forms and Graphics with HTML5

Integrating Accessibility into the Design of Online Learning Management systems: Theories and Practice

Bring your own computer (or not) session: Nuts & Bolts of Captioning Digital Multimedia

Implementation of a Multimedia Accessibility & Captioning Policy: a case study from the University of Illinois

Lab: ARIA and HTML5 Accessibility, Jared Smith, WebAIM

Lab: Working with Accessible PDF Documents

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