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Making IT Communications Accessible

This hour long webinar, originally provided in April of 2011, covers a wide breadth of topics and is easy to follow for people who are not Information Technology experts. Topics include Legal Environment, User Perspective, Document and Web Accessibility, Multi-media - Captions & Transcripts, and Testing for Accessibility. Though the content and slides are very good, the Webinar is not fully accessible with captioning or a transcript.

Gabriel Merrell, Oregon State University

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Posted by: msthomps on Wed Nov 14, 2012 at 3:02 p.m.

Very informative webinar! Only wish I could print (or save) some of the slides

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