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    November 16, 2017

    Sessions


    17222 Creating and Strengthening Our Connections to Our Purposes and Each Other Through Poetry

    Scott Marshall, University of Minnesota


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    8:00am Sessions


    17361 Navigating Resistance: Discussing Accessibility with Faculty

    Michael Cole, Wichita State University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    9:15am Sessions


    17353 Video Notes: A Mobile Device Strategy for Learning for Post-Secondary Deaf Students

    Suzanne Ehrlich, University of North Florida


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    8:00am Sessions


    17169 ARIA 1.1: An in-depth view into the new and shiny

    Suman Damera, Deque Software


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17198 EIT Accessibility at Youngstown State University

    Thomas Madsen, Youngstown State University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17234 Powerful Presentation Skills for the Accessibility Professional

    Christa Miller, Virginia Tech


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17311 What’s new in Acrobat

    Rob Haverty, Adobe


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17320 Introduction to Web Accessibility: A Practical Demonstration of the Real-Life Implications for People with Disabilities

    Jeffrey Singleton, Cxytera


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17326 Assistive Technology for Campus wide Access for Those with Visual Challenges

    Michael Wood, VFO


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17847 Students’ Perspectives: Leveraging Student Workers to Expand Services and Increase Sense of Belonging

    Leila Flores-Torres, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    18174 What’s new in WCAG 2.1

    Jonathan Whiting, WebAIM


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17627 Transparency in Textbooks – Knowing ahead of time what you will get

    Rick Johnson, VitalSource Technologies, LLC.


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17680 Design Considerations in Delivering Accessibility Training in Online Higher Education

    Tania Heap, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17849 Disability Services Offices Talk About EPUB – Is It Time To Adopt?

    Jamie Axelrod, Northern Arizona University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    18460 How to Meet WCAG Requirements with Free WAI Resources

    Sharron Rush, Knowbility


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    9:15am Sessions


    17148 What is VPAT® 2.0?

    Joe Humbert, Interactive Accessibility


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17203 The Importance of Semantics (For designers and developers)

    Gerard Cohen, Wells Fargo


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17215 Stories of Inclusive Technology: Diversity, Accessibility and Universal Design — a video curriculum for faculty and staff

    Craig Spooner, Colorado State University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17343 Can you see us? We can hear you: Unpacking the realities of the blind experience at CU Boulder.

    Kevin Darcy, CU Boulder


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17345 IT Colleagues: from Accessibility Newbies into Accessibility Auditors

    Kristen Dabney, Tufts University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17604 Thinking Beyond Described Video with Integrated Described Video (IDV)

    Chris O'Brien, Accessible Media Inc


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17845 Promoting Document Accessibility Efforts and PDF Remediation Options

    Gaby de Jongh, University of Washington, Information Technology


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17919 Automated Live Captioning with Higher Ed in Mind

    Will Lewis, Microsoft


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    27208 Faculty Collaboration – Building Workable Relationships

    Edward Beason, Tennessee Tech University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    26821 Tips for Working with Accessibility Consultants

    Gary Aussant, Perkins School for the Blind


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    2:15pm Sessions


    17267 What (the Heck) is EPUB 3?

    Becky Gibson, Knowbility


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17797 Practical approaches for involving people with disabilities in digital product design and evaluation

    David Sloan, The Paciello Group


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17641 De-Emphasizing Disability to Increase Accessibility?

    Christopher Phillips, Utah State University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17245 Making Web Pages Accessible for Persons with Anxiety Disorder Using WCAG Guidelines and UDL

    Valorie Sundby, AMAC


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17260 Reduce, Reuse, Revise: Saving Your Sanity by Single Sourcing Content

    Michael Mace, Indiana University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17269 Building a sustainable document remediation plan: Hits and misses from GMU’s 1-year pilot

    Korey Singleton, George Mason University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17295 Making Math Accessible Doesn’t Have To Be Terrifying!

    Susan Kelmer, University of Colorado Boulder


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17301 Intro to Audio Description

    Elisa Edelberg, 3PlayMedia


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17351 Detangling Complex Components

    Justin Stockton, The Paciello Group


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17356 A Personalized Approach to Engaging with Course Content: Automating UDL Principles with Blackboard Ally’s Alternative Formats

    John Scott, Blackboard


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17357 Leveraging Library Consortia to Improve Vendor E-Resource Accessibility in the Big Ten Academic Alliance

    Heidi Schroeder, Michigan State University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17607 Lessons learned building an internal digital accessibility consultancy at Yale

    Michael Harris, Yale University


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17626 Make Accessible EPUBs from Adobe InDesign Layouts (Lecture session)

    Bevi Chagnon, PubCom—Publishing Communications


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17671 Social media and accessibility

    Gian Wild, AccessibilityOz


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17858 Automation in PDF Accessibility: What Can and Can’t Be Done

    Paul Rayius, CommonLook


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    4:00pm Sessions


    17337 I Was Wrong! Build Your Successful Accessibility Program by Learning from My Mistakes

    Angela Hooker, Microsoft


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17242 Standards 101: The Many Shades of Grey

    Naveesha Maharaj, Deque


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17322 Practical First Steps for Achieving Web Accessibility and Avoiding Liability

    Ken Nakata, Cyxtera


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17324 Does poor note taking affect retention? Tennessee Tech explore notetaking software with ‘at risk’ students

    Craig Nathan Moss, Sonocent


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17347 AbleData: Finding Assistive Technologies to Support Student Accommodation Needs

    Cammie Truesdell, New Editions Consulting


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17621 Access360: Developing a Shared Framework to Support Institutional and System Level Change

    Jess Thompson, WA State Board for Community & Technical Colleges


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17694 The Forest and the Trees: Scaling for Enterprise-Level Digital Accessibility

    Kathryn Weber-Hottleman, University of Connecticut


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17808 Journals, Monographs, and Trade Books Can Be Accessible Too

    Bill Kasdorf, Kasdorf & Associates, LLC


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    17910 Redesigning the Word Online Ribbon with Community Feedback

    Hadi Rangin, University of Washington


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

    26827 Keep it Simple. Accessible Design Thinking

    Eric Eggert, Knowbility


    (1 = highest, 4 = lowest):

    (1=first choice, 2=second choice, 3=third choice, 4=fourth choice, NC=No Choice [use to reset an incorrect entry]). Choose up to 4 sessions.

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