ADA Compliance for Higher Education - How to meet OCR Requirements

Students interacting with digital content
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Equal access to education is a civil right.  Just like your buildings are accessible to people with disabilities, your web sites and digital applications need to be accessible too. 

If you are a US college or university that receives Title IV federal funds, then you need to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Rehabilitation Act).

Come to this webinar and learn how Deque can help you:

  • Respond to Office of Civil Rights (OCR) report requests and/or complaints
  • How to objectively measure digital accessibility
  • Pragmatic solutions to identifying accessibility barriers and resolving them
  • When you are ready, how to set a path toward a sustainable and efficient digital accessibility future

About the Presenter

Glenda Sims - Chief Information Accessibility Officer at Deque


Glenda Sims is the Goodwitch of A11Y at Deque, where she shares her expertise and passion for the open web with .gov, .edu, and .com ranging in size from small business to enterprise. She is an adviser and co-founder of AIR-University (Accessibility Internet Rally) and AccessU. She serves as an accessibility judge and speaker for Knowbility. Glenda co-authored the white paper “A11Y Wars: The Accessibility Interpretation Problem” with the amazing Wilco Fiers. She is an active member of the IAAP Global Leadership Council.



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