- Oklahoma Equipment Exchange
- DME Reuse
- Special Education Resolution Center
26 Oklahoma institutions working toward the same goal of making Oklahoma higher education more accessible to everyone. We are seeing some great strides taken by institutions. And, we have begun to identify some challenges that institutions might face as they work toward building a successful web accessibility initiative.
Our next webinar is March 5 from 2:00-3:15 PM. Jonathan Whiting from WebAIM and the National Center on Disability and Access to Education (NCDAE) will speak regarding assembling accessibility policy and implementation teams and overcoming common barriers to accessibility initiatives.
Invitation to join Oklahoma ABLE Tech one hour Adobe Connect Webinar
Presenters: Jonathan Whiting, WebAIM and Rob Carr, ABLE Tech Accessibility Coordinator
When: Tues, March 5, 2013
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 PM CST (last 15 min for Q&A)
To connect: http://atia.adobeconnect.com/okablemarch513/
Enter the webinar room as “Guest” and add your name. Please test the system in advance by clicking on the link.
Audio Conference Call – in number: 1- 877-527-2344 Conference Code: 1059266572
Brenda Dawes, Program Manager, 405-744-5170 or 800-257-1705
Rob Carr, Accessibility Coordinator 405-744-9748
OKLAHOMA ABLE TECH
Oklahoma State University
1514 W. Hall of Fame Stillwater, OK 74078
Oklahoma ABLE Tech is a nationally recognized statewide Assistive Technology Act Program focusing on assistive technology for individuals with disabilities, universal design for learning, and accessible environments. Oklahoma ABLE Tech has been a leader in the state as a member of the Oklahoma Electronic and Information Technology Advisory Council since 2004 and has been responsible for statewide accessibility training for state agencies and higher education related to Oklahoma’s information technology accessibility law (HB 2197 – 2004). This training project is an innovative approach leveraging the resources and expertise of Oklahoma ABLE Tech, Web AIM, and the Southwest ADA Center at ILRU. The project offers a training and implementation plan to assist Oklahoma’s Higher Education Institutions in achieving standards compliance and therefore, providing the best approach and communications for our valued patrons.
Goal: Oklahoma ABLE Tech’s goal is to provide a targeted training and technical assistance program to assist Oklahoma’s Higher Education Institutions to increase the accessibility and legal compliance of their institutional websites. Over the course of the project, teams will receive targeted training and technical assistance from Oklahoma ABLE Tech, nationally recognized accessibility experts and WebAIM. Teams will create a feasible plan and expertise to develop a system-wide commitment to accessibility and the technical development skills to comply with laws and standards.