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(The title of each session links to details about the session. Session titles and times subject to minor changes.)

Wednesday, Nov 19, 2014
8:00 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlySolving the note taking problem using audio annotation technology, Dave Tucker, Sonocent

1-hr
Cotton Creek IImplementing Universal Design Principles and Accessibility to Online Courses at a Large University, Nancy Swenson, University of Central Florida

[Virtual Track A]

1-hr
Standley I LabImplementing WCAG 2.0 Requirements using HTML5 and ARIA Techniques, Jon Gunderson, University of Illinois

2-hr
Meadowbrook ICreating Accessible Content in Microsoft Office 2013, Bill Curtis-Davidson, SSB BART Group, Brenda Roukey, SSB BART Group

[Virtual Track B]

1-hr
Standley II LabAdvanced Techniques for Accessible Web Development, Derek Featherstone, Simply Accessible Inc.

2-hr
MeadowBrook IIDigital Libraries in Higher Education - An opportunity for improved accessibility, higher efficiency and better practice, Lars Ballieu Christensen, Sensus Aps, Tanja Stevns, Sensus Aps

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIPost Production Captioning: Choosing the Right Software for your Institution, Cindy Camp, pepnet 2, Beth Case, University of Louisville

1-hr
WindsorMobile and Accessibility, Gian Wild, AccessibilityOz

1-hr
9:15 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyRead&Write for Google making Chrome and Docs a more Accessible learning environment, Douglas Rosette, Texthelp Inc

1-hr
Cotton Creek IWeb Accessibility Lipstick on a Usability Pig, Jared Smith, WebAIM

[Virtual Track A]

1-hr
Meadowbrook IMaking Non-English Content Accessible, Elizabeth Pyatt, Penn State

[Virtual Track B]

1-hr
MeadowBrook IITeaching Current and Future Online Learning Educators about Accessible Design, Sheryl Burgstahler, University of Washington, Hadi Rangin, University of Washington

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIWhen the Federal Government Comes Knocking on Your Virtual Door—What to Expect in an ADA or 504 Technology Review, Mary Lou Mobley, U.S. Dept. of Education, Ken Nakata, HiSoftware

1-hr
WindsorThe MOOC for Accessiblity Partnership (MOOCAP), Sebastian Kelle, HdM Stuttgart

1-hr
10:15 a.m.Exhibit Hall BreakLength
Westminster I (Exhibit Area)Break in Exhibit Hall 1 hr(s)
11:15 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyImplementing a Campus-Wide UDL Initiative , Deb Castiglione, University of Kentucky, Beth Case, University of Louisville

1-hr
Cotton Creek IPaying for and Implementing Captioning, Both Proactively and Reactively, Greg Kraus, Interactive Accessibility, Gaeir Dietrich, HTCTU

[Virtual Track A]

1-hr
Standley I LabTeaching a Class on WordPress Accessibility, Joe Dolson, Accessible Web Design

1-hr
Meadowbrook INew Developments in Image and Math Content Accessibility, Sue-Ann Ma, Benetech, Gaeir Dietrich, California Community Colleges

[Virtual Track B]

1-hr
Standley II Lab“Swipe IT”—Using the VoiceOver Gestures, Robert Beach, Kansas City KS Comm. Col., ,

1-hr
MeadowBrook IICase Study: Improving the User Experience of Course Content for all Learners, Kathy Wahlbin, Interactive Accessibility, Tina Piper, Pearson

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIAlternate Note-Taking Strategies Using Technology , Kamran Rasul, American University

1-hr
WindsorUse ARIA now!, Billy Gregory, The Paciello Group

1-hr
12:20 - 2:00 p.m.Keynote LunchLength
Westminster IIIKeynote: Paul Grossman, Chief Regional Attorney, retired, US Dept. of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR)
1 hr, 40 min
2:15 p.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyWebAIM's Screen Reader, Motor, Low Vision, and Web Accessibility Practitioner Surveys, Jared Smith, WebAIM

1-hr
Cotton Creek IMeeting Everyone’s Needs: Redesigning an Online Introduction to Accessibility Course for Faculty, Serena Reavis, NC State, Amy Netzel, Wake Technical Community College

[Virtual Track A]

1-hr
Standley I LabAlternate Format Production for STEM Content with Infty Reader, Sean Keegan, Stanford University

2-hr
Meadowbrook ISolving the compliant document dilemma – a case study in “How to get your organization to create accessible documents.” , Greg Pisocky, NetCentric Technologies, Logan Trafford, City of Ottawa, Canada

[Virtual Track B]

1-hr
Standley II LabSemantic Markup for WCAG2 - Writing ALT Attributes, Headings, Link Text & Titles, Gian Wild, AccessibilityOz

2-hr
MeadowBrook IIOCR's Year In Review, Mary Lou Mobley, U.S. Dept. of Education

2-hr
Cotton Creek IICreating Accessible Content in Adobe Acrobat, Bill Curtis-Davidson, SSB BART Group, Brenda Roukey, SSB BART Group

1-hr
WindsorUniversal Design for Learning: Creating Access for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Cindy Camp, pepnet 2, Mark Camp, Jacksonville State University

1-hr
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyBest Practices for ASL Interpreters in Videoconference Environments, E. William Clymer, NTID/RIT

1-hr
Cotton Creek IWhich E-Reader is Right for Me? A Guide to E-Books and E-Reader Devices., Allison Kidd, Colorado State University

[Virtual Track A]

1-hr
Meadowbrook ICollaboration and Faculty Development: Improving the usability of online math, Kaela Parks, Portland Comm. College, Alex Jordan, Portland Community College

[Virtual Track B]

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIHow to Test with Assistive Technology , Kathy Wahlbin, Interactive Accessibility

1-hr
WindsorAlternate Media and Copyright—The Hathi Trust Case, Gaeir Dietrich, HTCTU

1-hr