Wednesday Agenda 2013 – (Switch to Grid Format)

(Note: this schedule is subject to minor changes. Check back periodically for updates.)

(The title of each session links to details about the session)

Wednesday, Nov 06, 2013
8:00 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyConnect, Learn, BreakThru: Online STEM Mentoring in Second Life, Chris Langston, CATEA, Robert Todd, Georgia Tech
[STEM]
1-hr
Cotton Creek IITackling today’s Web-Based Learning Technologies: Issues, Challenges and Solutions, Stephanie Robbins, George Mason University, Kara Zirkle, George Mason University
[Web & LMS Accessibility][Virtual Track A]
1-hr
Standley I LabWord Tools We Use to Reduce the Work on Document Cleanup, Robert Beach, Kansas City KS Comm. Col.

2-hr
Meadowbrook IEnd the Madness - Section 508 Compliance in the Enterprise, Tim Springer, SSB BART Group
[Legal]
1-hr
Standley II LabBenchmarking and Planning your Institution’s Web Accessibility Efforts , Jonathan Whiting, WebAIM
[Institutional Policies/Initiatives]
2-hr
MeadowBrook IITeaching Accessibility & Universal Design Concepts Through the Use of Public Policy Projects, Jonathan Lazar, Towson University
[UD] [Virtual Track B]
1-hr
WindsorDescribed Video Best Practices and Guidelines for the Canadian Broadcasting Industry, Robert Pearson, Accessible Media Inc.
[Media Access]
1-hr
9:15 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyA journey to accessibility - how Temple University is implementing an Accessible Information and Technology initiative university wide, paul paire, Temple University
[Institutional Policies/Initiatives]
1-hr
Cotton Creek IIUsability and Accessibility CSS Gotchas, Dennis Lembree, PayPal
[Web Design] [Virtual Track A]
1-hr
Meadowbrook ITesting the User Experience for Universal Design and Accessibility: Show Them How It Hurts!, Angela Hooker, Cascades Technologies
[UD] [Web Design]
1-hr
MeadowBrook IIHow (Not) to Teach Web Design and Development, Terrill Thompson, University of Washington
[UD] [Virtual Track B]
1-hr
WindsorDiscovery of Accessible Educational Titles Via Accessibility Metadata, Robert Martinengo, Georgia Institute of Technology , Gerardo Capiel, Benetech
[Alt Format][eBooks]
1-hr
10:30 a.m.Exhibit Hall BreakLength
Westminster I (Exhibit Area)Break in Exhibit Hall 1 hr(s)
11:15 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyTechnology, Transitions, and Practicing what you Preach: A Case Study on How an Orientation Program Models Universal Design for Learning, Van Credle, The Catholic University of America, Mara Bellino, The Catholic University of America

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIMobile Access: The Current State of Mobile Accessibility & How To Create Accessible Apps, Tim Springer, SSB BART Group
[Mobile] [Virtual Track A]
1-hr
Standley I LabExperience Bookshare in Action! , Lisa Wadors Verne, Benetech
1-hr lab [Alt Format]
1-hr
Meadowbrook IThe truth about Section 508 & its fate, William Lawrence, TriTech Enterprise Systems, Inc
CANCELLED
1-hr
Standley II LabAccessibility of electronic library resources. Do librarians consider the needs of people with print disabilities when selecting digital materials?, Axel Schmetzke, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
[Libraries & Online Resources]
1-hr
MeadowBrook IIChallenges with VPATs, Kathy Wahlbin, Interactive Accessibility
[Access Tools / Procedures] [Virtual Track B]
1-hr
WindsorThe Gamification of Accessibility, Greg Kraus, NC State University
[Web Accessibility]
1-hr
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.Keynote LunchLength
Westminster IIIKeynote Talk: Teaching Universal Design - the Dundee Approach, David Sloan, PhD, Principal User Experience Engineer, The Paciello Group 1.5 hr(s)
2:15 p.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyPushing the Boulder up the Hill: Gaining Traction for Accessibility Case by Case at a Small, Rural University Rapidly Expanding Online Offerings, Linnea Barton, University of Minnesota
[Institutional Policies/Initiatives] [Online Ed.]
1-hr
Cotton Creek IIAccessible e-Learning: Include ALL Learners, Tim Springer, SSB BART Group
[Online Ed.]
1-hr
Standley I LabTools and Strategies for Creating Accessible ePub Documents, Sean Keegan, Stanford University
2-hr lab [Alt Format][eText] [Virtual Track A]
2-hr
Meadowbrook IReview of OCR Letters and Members\' Fact Scenarios, Jim Long, U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights
2-hr session [Legal]
2-hr
Standley II LabTools and Techniques for Creating and Using Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM), Ron Stewart, AHEAD
[Alt Format] [Curriculum Access]
2-hr
MeadowBrook IIResearch Based Impacts of Universal Design Strategies in Postsecondary Educational Instruction, Kelly Roberts, University of Hawaii, Robert Stodden, University of Hawaii
[UD] [Virtual Track B]
1-hr
WindsorAccessibility Authoring Tools to Achieve Compliance More Quickly, Tom Smith, Ephox, Michael Fromin, Ephox
[Web Accessibility]
1-hr
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyDeveloping the Inclusive Design Graduate Research Group: Reflections on a UD-Focused Architecture Program at a Public University, Korydon Smith, University at Buffalo
[UD]
1-hr
Cotton Creek IIIBM’s WCAG 2.0 web-costing model - an assessment and planning tool for organizations moving to WCAG compliance, Dan Shire, IBM Canada, Phill Jenkins, IBM
[Institutional Policies/Initiatives] [Web Accessibility]
1-hr
MeadowBrook IIWeb and IT Accessibility Policies in Higher Education, Terrill Thompson, University of Washington
[Institutional Policies/Initiatives] [Web Accessibility] [Virtual Track B]
1-hr
WindsorRemote CART and VRI: What We Learned On the Road to Success, Dean Brusnighan, Purdue University, David Schwarte, Purdue University
[Captioning][Interpreting]
1-hr