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Is there research on software, techniques and tools for organizations to improve website accessibility for people with different abilities? We are thinking about offering a webinar for non-profits to make them aware of the legal requirements, which won't be terribly technical, but we don't want to suggest services that are not vetted. I find information from companies that provide these services, but I would like some unbiased perspective on what is effective and what is not. EX:
I assume the web platform makes a big difference, as well as other variables, so I know this is not a simple matter. Anyone have experience with education on the topic?
Knowbility is a nonprofit in Austin, Texas that promotes accessibility online. They have events, webinars, an entire academy every year in Austin - they are amazing and are definitely who you should contact to answer all of your questions (and possibly do this webinar for you - they are very good at talking to non-techies about accessibility). When you contact them through the web site, tell them I - Jayne Cravens - suggested they contact you and that we found each other via TechSoup.
-=-=-=-=-=- Jayne Cravens Author, The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook
Thank you, Jane. looks excellent! I will reach out and let them know how i found them. Rather have the pros do this than doing a half-A**ed job myself! Another lead I as given is to Center for Accessible Technology. https://www.cforat.org who actually did a webinar for TechSoup over 5 years ago. I am sure there have been significant changes since then ... .
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