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Resources for Educators

Accessibility Webinars

Accessibility Tools: Yuja Panorama

Isaac Kingsmith, Yuja with Lisa Dennis, Spoon River College
Thursday, April 11 1:00 p.m. central time

Join us for an overview of Yuja Panorama to learn how the product enhances accessibility initiatives. Following the product demonstration, Lisa Dennis of Spoon River College, will share her experience utilizing the product to improve accessibility at the college.

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Time zone: America/Chicago
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Or dial: (US) +1 224-505-3510 PIN: 936 234 491#
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Accessibility Tools: Cidilabs TidyUp and UDOIT

Amanda Gonzalez Izquierdo, Cidilabs
Thursday, April 18 3:00 p.m. central time

ILCCO Accessibility is pleased to sponsor a demonstration of Cidilabs products TidyUp and UDOIT. Join us to learn how these products can enhance accessibility initiatives at your institution.

Google Meet Link:
Time zone: America/Chicago
Video call link:
Or dial: (US) +1 216-525-9542 PIN: 643 459 314#
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Creating Digital and Accessible STEM Content with Equatio

Rachel Kruzel
Friday, April 21 11:00 a.m.

Creating digital and accessible STEM content and equations can be a challenging, time consuming, and complicated process. Finding a sustainable solution for these long-standing issues is a must. Texthelp's STEM solution, Equatio, can help create accessible and digital STEM content for courses containing equations, numbers, and symbols across campus and subjects. Attendees will see the power, ease of use, and support Equatio can bring to a campus and the digital and online environments students, faculty, and staff work within.

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Accessible Social

Alexa Heinrich
Friday, April 28 11:00 a.m.

Accessibility is a common priority when building websites and webpages. But have you considered how individuals with disabilities are engaging with your brand on social media? Are they experiencing accessibility barriers in your content? Are there things you could be doing to make your social media more inclusive? This session will outline the easy practices you can implement to ensure the content you produce and the way you deliver it on social media is accessible for everyone, including disabled users. After this session, you'll be able to:

  • Understand the importance and impact of accessible social media content
  • Work accessible best practices into your content creation process
  • Identify and fix issues in your content that could be causing barriers for disabled users

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