Other Training Resources

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C): Introduction to Web Accessibility
Accessibility is essential for individuals and organizations that want to create high-quality websites and apps – and not exclude people from using their products and services. This course gives you the foundation in accessibility you need to excel in digital professions. Estimated time to completion is 16-20 hours with an option to pay to receive a certificate of completion.

U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Video Series
Video series covering a variety of topics on digital access in education, including how people with disabilities use technology, applicable Federal regulations, and identifying and remediating barriers to access.

3Play Media Resources
3Play Media provides thought leadership through educational resources like webinars, blogs, research studies, and an expansive resource hub that can be segmented by topic and industry.

DAISY Consortium Webinar Series on Accessible Publishing and Reading
The DAISY Consortium along with leaders in the accessible publishing and reading ecosystem will be presenting on a diverse range of topics.

Deque – Introduction to Screen Readers
Steve Sawczyn, Solutions Architect at Deque Systems, demonstrates how he uses a screen reader to navigate the web. In celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2018 (GAAD), Steve provides developers, designers, business users or anyone new to digital accessibility a first-hand experience of how people who are visually impaired navigate the web.

Microsoft accessibility video training
Brief (<5 minutes each) video lessons for Outlook, Word, Powerpoint, and Excel.

Siteimprove Accessibility Education Community Archive
Access an archive of monthly webinars hosted by Siteimprove’s accessibility experts.

Building accessible dashboards in Tableau
This topic explains how screen readers help users to navigate dashboards, the order that screen readers read objects or views in a dashboard, what items in a dashboard are accessible, and how to take an existing dashboard and make it more accessible for all users.

An Event Apart sessions

An Event Apart was a leading web design/front-end conference for mobile/UX/product designers & developers focusing on web and mobile design, best practices, and creative inspiration.

Inclusive, by Design
In this insightful, hour-long talk from An Event Apart DC 2019, Derek Featherstone walks you through case studies of accessibility and inclusion on the web and with apps. You’ll get an inside look at the techniques he’s used with clients for the last decade, and at the lessons learned that help you move towards a truly inclusive design process. Put that all together, and you’ll leave with a repeatable framework for intentional inclusion in your design.

Making Motion Inclusive
In this dynamic session recorded live at An Event Apart DC 2019, Val Head shows you how to build animated interactions with inclusivity in mind from the start.

Inclusive UX: Techniques for Everyone
In this hour-long talk from An Event Apart Orlando 2018, Derek Featherstone tackles the tougher problems through design approaches and practical development techniques that you need to create accessible, modern web sites.

Where Accessibility Lives
In this riveting presentation caught live at An Event Apart Denver 2017, Derek Featherstone shows how to take your work to a new level by integrating accessibility and inclusion into your existing design and development process.


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