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

Thursday, Nov 19, 2015
8:00 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyGenesis of Accessibility and Usability Testing Lab, Amelia Dickerson, University of Colorado Boulder, Paula Vaughan, University of Colorado Boulder

1-hr
Meadowbrook I/II
(Virtual Track A)
Managing Accessibility in Online Education: WKU Processes and Practices, Anne Honaker, Western Kentucky University

1-hr
Standley I LabOverview of PDF Document Accessibility, Karen McCall, Karlen Communications

2-hr
Cotton Creek I
(Virtual Track B)
Introducing the Center for Accessible Materials Innovation: A First In The World Project, Robert Martinengo, Georgia Institute of Technology

1-hr
Standley II LabUsing NVDA to Test Web Accessibility, Jonathan Whiting, WebAIM

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIA Standards Based Approach to Instructional Material Accessibility in PDF Files, Bob Hall, NetCentric

1-hr
WindsorUsing CAR with Nontraditional Students: A Roadmap, Wendy Holden, Central Washington University, Jenna Atkinsin, Utah Valley University

1-hr
WBI
(Taped)
Web ABCD— Accessibility Begins at Concept Design, Ken Nakata, Cryptzone, Jeff Singleton, Cryptzone

1-hr
WBII
(Taped)
Everything you ever learned applies to accessibility, elianna james, I Break Websites LLC

1-hr
9:15 a.m.Round Table DiscussionLength
Westminster IIIRound Table Discussion 1 hr(s)
10:15 a.m.Exhibit Hall BreakLength
Westminster I (Exhibit Area)Break in Exhibit Hall 1 hr(s)
11:15 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
Waverly10,000 Text Alternatives for Computer-Adaptive Assessments - Successes, Challenges and Lessons Learned , Bryan Gould, WGBH/NCAM, Elizabeth Barker, Northwest Evaluation Association

1-hr
Meadowbrook I/II
(Virtual Track A)
Creating faculty buy-in for accessibility, Kristi O'Neil-Gonzalez, CSU Channel Islands

1-hr
Cotton Creek I
(Virtual Track B)
Building Accessibility Auditing into Course Development, Kara Zirkle, Miami University, Korey Singleton, George Mason University

2-hr
Standley II LabThe Accessibility Playground: An Open Source Training Tool for Learning Accessibile Coding, Greg Kraus, Interactive Accessibility

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIA Spy Report: What are the Europeans doing about Accessibility?, Sebastian Kelle, HdM Stuttgart, Abi James, University of Southamtpon

1-hr
WindsorFortune 500 Apps SmackDown, John Rempel, AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center at Georgia Tech

1-hr
WBI
(Taped)
Beyond the Fault Line: Legal Compliance and Partnership With Publishers, Elizabeth Delfs, Pearson, Inc., Elaine Ober, Pearson, Inc.

1-hr
WBII
(Taped)
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12:30 - 2:00 p.m.Plenary LunchLength
Westminster IIIPlenary Lunch Panel: Technology Accessibility in Higher Education — the Student Perspective

A panel of students with disabilities from across the United States will share their challenges, solutions, success stories, and ideas.

Moderated by Terrill Thompson of the AccessComputing project at the University of Washington.

1.5 hr(s)
2:15 - 3:15 p.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyThe Road to Confidently Adopting Unified English Braille, Jeff Bazer, Dolphin Computer Access

1-hr
Meadowbrook I/II
(Virtual Track A)
UDOIT - Instructure Canvas Course Accessibility Checker , Nancy Swenson, University of Central Florida

1-hr
Standley I LabE-text at Purdue 2: The Adventure Continues, Dean Brusnighan, Purdue University, David Schwarte, Purdue University

1-hr
Cotton Creek I
(Virtual Track B)
New Developments in Image and Math Content Accessibility 2.0, Sue-Ann Ma, Benetech, Lucia Hasty, Rocky Mountain Braille Associates

1-hr
Standley II LabA11YFixer: An Open Source Tool for Correcting Web Accessibility Problems, Greg Kraus, Interactive Accessibility

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIOCR's Year In Review, Mary Lou Mobley, U.S. Dept. of Education

1-hr
WindsorSTEM Research Opportunities for Post-Secondary Students: Barriers and Facilitators , Maureen Linden, Georgia Tech

1-hr
WBI
(Taped)
Effects of a Postsecondary Faculty Professional Development Program Designed to Better Address the Needs of Students with Disabilities, Kelly Roberts, University of Hawaii, Robert Stodden, University of Hawaii

1-hr
WBII
(Taped)
PDF Planning for Higher Ed: A Campus Wide Plan for Accessibility, Patrick McGovern, Onix

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3:15 - 4:00 p.m.Exhibit Hall BreakLength
Westminster I (Exhibit Area)Break in Exhibit Hall .75 hr(s)
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.Breakout SessionsLength
Westminster I (Exhibit Area)Unconference Breakouts in Meeting Rooms1 hr