Accessibility for School Assessment
AccessU 2018 Conference Presentation Materials
Pushing the Needle Forward on K12 Accessibility
Educational websites, mobile apps, digital curriculum products, and classroom tools must all be viewed through an accessibility lens if students with disabilities are to have equal access to the general curriculum. What does that mean in today's classroom? What do teachers, administrators, procurement staff, and direct service providers need to know to comply with the law and most importantly, meet student needs? This overview session will provide you with up to date information and go to resources to ensure that we are working together to meet the needs of all kids.
taught by: Carye Edelman, Shira Goldberg, Cari Collins, Roger Steele, Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, Natalie Shaheen & Jan McSorley
Learn more about the Pushing the Needle session.
- Pushing the Needle (PowerPoint)
- Galveston Modified Resolution Agreement (PDF)
- Panelist Answers (Word file)
- Sample Request for Proposal (PDF)
- Taxonomy of Assistive Technology (Word file)
Walk Through WAI Resources
Brent, who co-chairs the Education and Outreach Working Group at the WAI/W3C, will share recent developments from EOWG as well as demonstrate how advocates and accessibility practitioners can make the most of the free resources available to support your accessibility work whatever role you may have in the organization.
Presenter: Brent Bakken
Learn more about the WAI Resources Walkthrough session.
- Walk Through WAI Resources (PowerPoint)