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Making Communications Accessible for Remote Audiences: Accessible Presentations Q&A

In Webinar #1 of the Making Communications Accessible for Remote Audiences Series we got a lot of great questions about closed captions, meeting/webinar platforms, and.

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Accessing Higher Ground Accessible Media, Web & Technology Conference November 18-22
Join Us at AHG This Month!

Our Higher Ed team is busy gearing up for the 22nd Annual Accessing Higher Ground Accessible Media, Web and Technology Conference (AHG) November 18-22. This.

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Making Education Websites Accessible to People with Disabilities

Today, much more education is happening online. Online universities offer students from all walks of life the opportunity to earn college degrees. And many traditional.

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Online Educational Resources Just Out of Reach of Students with Disabilities

Today, much more education is happening online. Online universities offer students from all walks of life the opportunity to earn college degrees. And many more.

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DeVos Rescinds Department of Education Documents Related to Students with Disabilities

Over the weekend, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos rescinded 72 guidance documents related to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and the Rehabilitation Act, as.

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New York Man Brings ADA Suits Against Nine Universities for Inaccessible Websites

Since late September, a New York City man has filed class action lawsuits against at least nine area colleges and university—including Fordham University, Hofstra University,.

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The OCR of the Department of Education and DOJ Change Approach to Digital Accessibility

William Zee of the law firm Barley Snyder recently posted his notes from a discussion he attended with top officials from the Office for Civil.

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The ADA, Section 504, and IDEA

If you are an educational institution, there are three major laws relating to digital accessibility that you need to know about: Title II of the.

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ADA Title II for Education

Educational institutions are covered under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). ADA Title II requires public entities to make accommodations.

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What To Do If You Get an OCR Complaint Letter

There’s no need to panic once you receive a letter from The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) within the Department of Education (DOE). The OCR follows.

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