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Friday Agenda 2015 – (Switch to Grid Format)

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

Friday, Nov 20, 2015
8:00 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyWhere Copyright and Accessibility Law Collide: Captioning Videos in which You Don't Hold the Copyright, Blake Reid, Colorado Law, Lily Bond, 3Play Media

1-hr
Meadowbrook I
(Virtual Track A)
E-Learning Accessibility: What Does an Instructor Need to Know?, Sheryl Burgstahler, University of Washington

1-hr
Standley I LabInroads to Math Accessibility: A Hands-On Workshop to Creating Accessible Math, Wink Harner, The Foreign Type

2-hr
Cotton Creek I
(Virtual Track B)
Motivating Accessibility Adoption on Campus, Janet Sedgley, University of Montana, Cyndi Rowland, WebAIM / Utah State University

1-hr
Standley II LabThe WAI to Web Accessibility, Sharron Rush, Knowbility, Shawn Henry, W3C

2-hr
Meadowbrook II5 Keys for Implementing Accessibility in Your Team, Angela Hooker, Microsoft
[CANCELLED]

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIHow to Design PowerPoint Presentations Which are EASY to Create While Enhancing Accessible, Clear Communication, Norm Coombs, EASI, Beth Coombs, EASI

1-hr
WindsorQualitative Research in Web Accessibility and Academic Libraries, Adina Mulliken, Hunter College, CUNY

1-hr
9:15 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyFilm Screening: #a11y: Making the Web Work for Everyone, Chris Higgins,

2-hr
Meadowbrook I
(Virtual Track A)
When the DoJ/OCR makes a visit: Campus leaders discuss lessons learned in resolving complaints about inaccessible IT, Sheryl Burgstahler, University of Washington, Dan Jones, University of Colorado Boulder

2-hr
Cotton Creek I
(Virtual Track B)
Taking on the elephant in the room: Implementing innovative procurement processes in a large University system, Tom Siechert, California State University, Fresno, Cheryl Pruitt, CSU Office of the Chancellor

1-hr
Meadowbrook IICarrying away small stones - Strategies for successfully starting a web accessibility initiative, Jiatyan Chen, Stanford University

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIA virtual approach to providing assistive technology in education, Simon Dermer, eSSENTIAL Accessibility

1-hr
WindsorAddressing Accessibility in Angular.js applications, Justin Stockton, Devis

1-hr
10:30 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyFilm Screening: #a11y: Making the Web Work for Everyone, Chris Higgins,

2-hr
Standley I LabVoicing Math Homework With MathTalk –From Setup to Printing, Nancilu McClellan, Metroplex Voice Computing, Inc.

1-hr
Cotton Creek I
(Virtual Track B)
Getting Mainstream Publishers onto the Accessibility Bandwagon: Why STEM & commercial publishers avoid accessibility, Bevi Chagnon, PubCom—Publishing Communications

1-hr
Standley II LabCreating Accessible Video Feedback for Distance Learning Students — A Collaboration Between Instructor and Instructional, Julie Fuller, University of North Florida

1-hr
Meadowbrook IIThe Elephant on Campus: Captioning, Deb Castiglione, University of Kentucky, Beth Case, University of Louisville
(Moved from Wednesday 8:00 time slot)

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIAccessibility Testing: Bridging the Gap between Developers and End Users, Phyllis Petteys, Portland Community College, Karen Sorensen, Portland Community College

1-hr
WindsorCollaborative development of a MOOC on digital accessibility, Sebastian Kelle, HdM Stuttgart, Abi James, University of Southamtpon

1-hr
11:45 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyUniversal Design for Library Instruction, Melissa Green, University of Alabama

1-hr
Meadowbrook I
(Virtual Track A)
Fostering a Course Accessibility Community of Practice, Matt Dingo, Ohio University, Audra Hilterbran, Ohio University

1-hr
Cotton Creek I
(Virtual Track B)
Creating Audio-Tactiles on the Fly, Alexa Schriempf, Penn State University

1-hr
Meadowbrook IIGood for the goose, good for the gander: Enhancing learning opportunities for all students through video captioning, Elizabeth Tu, San Jose State University, Amy Strage, San Jose State University

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIHow Campus Partners Engage and Inspire Faculty to Create Accessible Online Courses, Aisha Haynes, University of South Carolina - Columbia, Christy Friend, University of South Carolina - Columbia

1-hr
WindsorAccessible Virtual World Interfaces, Don Merritt, University of Central Florida

1-hr