Scheduled at 9:15am in Waverly on Friday, November 16.#17632
- Bill Curtis-Davidson, Senior Director of Strategic Consulting and Training Services, Level Access
- Length of Session: 1-hr
- Format: Lecture
- Expertise Level: Beginner
- Type of session: General Conference
This session will provide an overview of how to: • inventory your digital assets • evaluate your digital assets based on key risk factors • prioritize your digital assets for remediation • establish a prioritization plan for remediation
Are you in the process of setting up a Digital Accessibility Program and struggling with where to start your remediation activities? Are you struggling to understand what is in scope for remediation? Do you have a view of your digital assets but do not know where to start or worse, no view of your digital assets at present?
In our Risk Analysis and Portfolio Prioritization session, Level Access will focus on helping you navigate the path to identifying at-risk assets, prioritizing those assets and defining a prioritization plan to drive remediation across your institution. Key factors that should be evaluated as you build your prioritization plan will also be shared thus ensuring you have a robust approach defined to structure your remediation related activities.
- Overview of the recommended approach for addressing a complex remediation program within your institution
- Key factors to consider as you evaluate your digital assets – including laws, regs and technical requirements
- Building a Risk Analysis and Portfolio Prioritization plan, what to include to protect your institution
Administrative/Campus Policy, Legal, Uncategorized
As Senior Director of Strategic Consulting and Training Services for Level Access, Bill Curtis-Davidson brings over 20 years of experience working in strategic user experience (UX) design and digital accessibility consulting. Bill joined Level Access after working for 15 years with IBM as a UX and Digital Accessibility Consultant, Business Development Executive and Executive Architect. Prior to that, he worked as a Digital Accessibility Researcher and adjunct faculty at Georgia Tech. Bill has helped dozens of companies plan, implement and manage their digital accessibility operations. He has been involved in advising numerous government advisory committees, standards development organizations, and industry associations.