by Institutional Equity
Now, more than ever, it is important to remember that all online public events need to be accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you are planning a public presentation, meeting or conference, please be sure to plan for the accessibility needs of the participants.
There are many ways to support individuals with disabilities in an online environment. For instance, supporting participants who are deaf or hard of hearing may require planning and adjustments so that services such as CART, captioning and interpreting can be provided effectively. The May 21 edition of Tech Today had a helpful article regarding the Zoom Audio Transcription Feature.
For more information or further assistance, please contact the Institutional Equity ADA Coordinator Susan Sullivan or Center for Teaching and Learning Accessible Technology Coordinator Jeff Toorongian.