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Wednesday - November 14, 2012
TimeWaverlyCotton Creek IIStandley I LabMeadowbrook IDolphin LabMeadowbrook IIWindsor
8:00 a.m.iBook, eBook, and eReader App Accessibility on the iPad and iPhone , Susanne Mistric, Wake Technical Community College
EASI Track
Captioning Instructional Materials for Delivery on the Web, Jayme Johnson, HTCTU
[VirtualTrackA]
Using ARIA to Enhance Web Application Accessibility, Jared Smith, WebAIM
What Information and Communication Technologies Do Canadian College Students with Learning Disabilities Use?, Catherine Fichten, Adaptech Research Network
Creating More Accessible Microsoft Word Documents, Karen McCall, Karlen Communications
(Lab Session)
Building an Accessibility Initiative: A Case Study from The University of Oklahoma, Rob Carr, The University of Oklahoma CCE-IT Digital Accessibility Center
[Virtual Track B]
Accessibility Web Authoring Tools to Achieve Compliance More Quickly, Tom Smith, Ephox Corp
9:15 a.m.Making the Most of Your E-Books: Simple Conversion Techniques, Ken Petri, The Ohio State University Web Accessibility Center
EASI Track
HTML5 & WAI-ARIA Forms with jQuery Validation, Paul Adam, Deque Systems, Inc.
[Virtual Track A]
WebAIM ARIA lab continues Introducing WYNN 7 - Taking Writing to the next Level, Steve Boyle, Freedom Scientific Learning Systems Group
Creating More Accessible MS Word lab continues Google Apps Accessibility, Greg Kraus, NC State University
[Virtual Track B]
Report on the AIM Commission, Gaeir Dietrich, High Tech Center Training Unit
10:30 a.m.Exhibit hall break Exhibit hall break Exhibit hall break Exhibit hall break Exhibit hall break Exhibit hall break Exhibit hall break
11:30 a.m.Comparing the accessibility of 3 Mainstream software e-readers: Adobe Digital Editions preview, Blio and Kindle for PC, Norman Coombs, EASI (Equal Access to Software & Information)
EASI Track
Introducing PDF/UA, the International Standard for Accessible PDF, Duff Johnson, NetCentric Technologies
Lab: Designing & Building Accessible Forms, Derek Featherstone, Simply Accessible
(11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.) [VirtualTrackA]
Graphics! What to do? What to do?, Robert Beach, Assistive Technology Solutions
Options for Accessible Distance Education for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students, Michelle Swaney, pepnet 2
(1.5 hr session - 11:00 - 12:30) [Virtual Track B]
Accessibility and Open Educational Resources (OER): Ohio`s Scaffold to the Stars, Stephen Acker, OhioLINK
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.Keynote Lunch Keynote LunchKeynote Lunch Keynote Lunch Keynote Lunch Keynote LunchKeynote Lunch
2:15 p.m.I want to write an accessible secure book!, Karen McCall, Karlen Communications
EASI Track
Creating Accessible Documents from the Beginning, Kara Zirkle, George Mason University
[Virtual Track A]
Hands on lab with the AccessText Network, Robert Martinengo, AccessText Network
WAVE the Web, Jared Smith, WebAIM
Phoenix Braille and Graphics Embosser- New Features, Lucia Hasty, Rocky Mountain Braille Associates
IT Accessibility Policies and Practices in Higher Education: Research Findings, Terrill Thompson, University of Washington
[Virtual Track B]
CommonLook Solutions for PDF Accessibility, Duff Johnson, NetCentric Technologies
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.Creating EPUB Documents using Free and Inexpensive Tools Such as Open Office, Elizabeth Coombs, EASI (Equal Access to Software & Information)
EASI Track
Knowing When to Break the Rules, Derek Featherstone, Simply Accessible
[VirtualTrackA]
Hands on Lab with AccessText continues Listen Up: Overview of Text to Speech Software, Dan Comden, University of Washington
Phoenix Braille and Graphics Embosser lab continues User Testing with People with Disabilities , Kathy Wahlbin, Interactive Accessibility
[VirtualTrackB]
Voice - to - Text Services -- A Potpourri of Communication, Philip Hyssong, Alternative Communication Services

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