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About Web Accessibility Group (WAG) Spotlight

The Web Accessibility Group (WAG) is housed at Georgia Tech. Its purpose is to bring together individuals in Higher Ed seeking to navigate the complex requirements of state and federal accessibility standards and guidelines. WAG receives funding through the State of Georgia ADA Coordinator's Office under the umbrella of the AccessGA initiative, a statewide partnership supporting state agencies including Higher Ed institutions and technical colleges. WAG offers web accessibility information and assistance through its wiki and listserv. It also provides monthly online webinar offerings, drawing on local, national and international talent and expertise on topics related to digital accessibility.


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The Web Accessibility Group (WAG) meets online via Collaborate web conferencing system on the first Wednesday of the month.

Next Meeting: Wednesday February 6, 2019 from 11:00am-12:00pm (ET)

Topic: Tools & Tips for Accessibility Testing

Description: In this webinar we will address the importance of combining manual and automated testing tools when evaluating the accessibility of digital content, with an emphasis on specific strategies and techniques. An overview of assistive technology solutions used by people with disabilities will be covered, along with the tools used for testing. An overview of several free code inspection tools, as well as a list of available resources, will also be provided.

This webinar is provided by AccessGA and WAG, initiatives of the Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation at Georgia Tech. AMAC Accessibility and CATEA, the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access, are now the Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation (CIDI), a research, service, and education center within the College of Design at Georgia Tech.

Presenter: John Rempel and Rayianna Daniels
Presenter Bio: John Rempel has been employed in the area of disability training and accessibility testing for more than 20 years, with certifications and extensive experience as an AT Specialist, Vision Rehabilitation Therapist, O & M Specialist and IAAP's CPACC. As a QA Accessibility Analyst with CIDI, John oversees a number of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Accessibility initiatives, including the AccessGA initiative.

Rayianna Daniels has a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science, from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, along with a background in web accessibility training, web development, and IT support. At CIDI her duties include performing web accessibility evaluations and providing training on a variety of applications and assistive technology solutions to Higher Ed institutions across the country.

Registration: Please Register using a brief 3 field registration form.
For individuals using screen readers to access this webinar, we encourage you to visit Blackboard’s Accessibility page for additional setup and shortcut key commands.

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