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Event Trajectories in Digital Accessibility - Past, Present and Future
Type Webinar
Description The AccessGA and WAG webinar for the month of May is scheduled on Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Our special guest, Dr. Chris Law, is an internationally recognized leader in the area of digital accessibility. The webinar entitled Trajectories in Digital Accessibility (From Past to Present, and Looking to the Future) will be addressing trends in the following areas: Accessibility Testing, Organizational Responses, and Legal Issues. Join us for what is sure to be an information-rich and compelling presentation on digital accessibility trends.

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Start Date/Time 05-16-2019 11:00 am
End Date/Time 05-16-2019 12:00 pm
Time Zone EST
Presenter Dr. Chris Law is the manager, lead author and community of practice chair for the National Federation of the Blind Accessibility Switchboard Project, which aims to provide starting point resources for diverse audiences on how to incorporate accessibility across an organizationís activities. Chris is the convener and chair of the annual ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium, an annual event featuring peer-reviewed presentations, workshops, and bootcamp training course. In 2019, Chris introduced the Digital Accessibility Legal Summit, an event which brings together legal and accessibility experts. Chris is also the immediate past-Chair of the IAAP (G3ict) Organizational Development Committee, which aims to help organizations with organization-wide strategies and resources.
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