NFB and the Maryland Technology Assistance Program present the Web Accessibility Training Day

from the National Federation of the Blind website:

National Federation of the Blind, Jernigan Institute, and Maryland Technology Assistance Program are delighted to present the second Web Accessibility training day. On September 19th, they will offer a day-long, in-depth look at how accessible Web content that complies with federal and state regulations is created.  They will have a variety of general topic sessions, with afternoon breakout sessions on policy and technical topics:

  • The business case for accessibility
  • How to evaluate and implement accessibility
  • Mobile accessibility
  • Easy accessibility fixes
  • Opportunities to network with developers, vendors, web accessibility consultants and experts in non-visual access technology
  • Exhibitors will present their products during session breaks, and participants will have to opportunity to learn more about their services

To learn more or to register, visit http://www.nfb.org/nfb/web_accessibility_day.asp

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