Colleges and Universities are using the internet as a tool to facilitate applications, registration, and dissemination of important information about benefits. Web accessibility ensures that all students, faculty and staff have access to this critical information and the valuable education services offered by colleges and universities. It is also a key to compliance with federal law and critical to the success of the growing population of students with disabilities. This webinar series will provide training on topics critical to creating dynamic and accessible web sites for colleges and universities. Each webinar will be held from 2 PM to 4 PM EST on the dates listed below.
Advanced HTML Accessibility
- Review of HTML Techniques (images, forms, frames, tables)
- Complex forms (forms w/o labels, forms in tables)
- Form validation and error recovery
- Skip navigation links
- CSS accessibility (hiding content for screen reader users)
- Accesskey and tabindex
- Ensuring accessible text (font size, face, contrast, etc.)
About the Trainer:
Jared Smith is the Associate Director of WebAIM. He is a highly demanded presenter and trainer and has provided web accessibility training to thousands of developers throughout the world.
Who Should Attend?
This training is recommended and designed for information technology staff, disability services staff, library staff, administrators, faculty, compliance officers, and web masters and other staff members who have an investment in creating an accessible web site.
To register for this event, please contact Barbara Sosna at 607.255.8660 or 800.949.4232 or you can register online at www.ilr.cornell.edu/edi/register/dbtac-webinar.cfm
If you require any accommodations to attend this event or access the materials, please contact Barbara Sosna at 607.255.8660, or 800.949.4232 or via email at email@example.com