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Learn to address Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessibility in this course covering challenges and strategies for organizations and individuals. Whether corporate, governmental, or nonprofit, this course will enable you to identify ICT accessibility issues, analyze needs, and evaluate solutions for both employees and customers with disabilities.
This course includes six modules, each having associated activities and a quiz:
Module 1: ICT
This module will provide an introduction to ICT accessibility as well as an overview of the relevance the five subsequent modules in this course.
Module 2: ICT
This module will provide instruction on the importance of ICT accessibility in designing and procuring workplace applications.
Module 3: Assistive
This module will provide instruction on the impact of assistive technology (AT) and mainstream technology on individuals with disabilities.
Module 4: Accessible Documents and Multimedia
This module will provide instruction on the elements of an accessible document, accessibility standards, tools to check accessibility, multimedia captioning and audio description standards and guidelines.
Module 5: Web
Accessibility Evaluation and Design
This module will provide instruction on web accessibility through utilizing online evaluation and remediation tools using HTML5 and ARIA.
Module 6: ICT Accessibility Operations
This module will provide an overview of ICT accessibility market forces and organization challenges, and will outline how an ICT Accessibility Operation Model can help organizations address their challenges.
- Bill Curtis-Davidson - M.S. in Information Design & Technology (1998), School of Literature, Communication & Culture
- Todd Runkle - AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center
- Norah Sinclair - AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center
- Carolyn Phillips, M.Ed., ATP - AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center
- Arthur Murphy - AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center
- Sheryl Ballenger - AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center
- - Georgia Tech Professional Education
- Christopher Lee, Ph.D - AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center
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