Presented at 11:30am in Denver 1-3 on Wednesday, November 16, 2022.#36231
- Christine Foushi, Digital Operations Manager, Content Industries
- Christine Foushi, Digital Workflow Operations, Logictran, Inc.
- Length of Session: 1-hr
- Format: Lecture
- Expertise Level: All Levels
- Type of session: General Conference
Learn about ePub Accessibility testing, its challenges and the solutions that the future may hold. This presentation will serve as a demo for Logictran’s brand new browser-based tool intended to simplify ePub Accessibility testing and remediation.
Got ePub? Logictran’s browser-based ePub testing and remediation tool is finally here! ePub.Tools is the most efficient way to validate and remediate your ePubs while learning how to make your product accessible every step of the way.
We can’t wait to show you all of the features we’ve packed in. Run powerful accessibility and compatibility tests right from your browser. Display and remediate errors inline in real time. Write and edit Alternative Text in context. Easily manage your ePub’s metadata and accessibility features. And so much more!!
So join us and let us show you how easy it is to make good ePubs.
- ePub testing and remediation can be done quickly and easily with our tool.
- Writing Alt Text is much easier in context.
- ePub.Tools is a feedback-driven software that aims to meet the needs of its users.
Cognitive/Learning, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Mobility, Psychological, Vision
Accessible Educational Materials, Assistive Technology, EPUB Track, Uncategorized
Christine Foushi is Digital Operations Manager for Content Industries. Returning to AHG for the second year, she's excited to continue connecting and learning aboutthe world of education and accessibility. A self-proclaimed publishing nerd, Christine is a journalist by trade, has worked within the higher education technology and publishing industry for the last 20 years. Ensuring accessibility and inclusion for all is her passion not only in her career, but within her community and personal life.
Christine Foushi, a journalist by trade, has worked within the higher education technology and publishing industry for the last 20 years. Ensuring accessibility and inclusion for all is her passion not only in her career, but within her community (kids' PTA) and personal life (her dad is disabled).