This webinar provides an overview of the best practices and available tools for those interested in creating accessible online programs and marketing them. Topics include platforms, captioning and ASL interpretation, working with individuals with disabilities, best practices for visual presentations and language use. Marketing topics include, alt-text, visual descriptions and best practices for follow up after the event.
Regan Shrumm is a queer, genderqueer, and disabled curator, educator, and administrator. Shrumm received a MA in Art History from the University of Victoria. Shrumm has been working in the museum field since 2010. They currently work as the Interim Director of Learning and Engagement at the Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, BC. Shrumm’s programming focuses on building and deepening community that is as accessible as possible for everyone.
Laura Saretsky completed her masters dissertation on accessibility in Heritage. As program manager at Heritage BC, her major responsibilities included administering grant programs, conducting economic impact surveys, supporting community advocacy, and developing relevant learning and education opportunities and program.
» A practical Guide to Introducing Web Accessiblity (Journal for Library User Experience, 2017)
» Information on Digital Accessibility (University of Michigan Research Guide)
This webinar was recorded on February 26, 2020.
It has a run-time of 52 minutes.