Disability @ Work: Introduction to Digital Accessibility

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Thursday, April 11, 2024, 11:00 - 12:00 pm

This is a virtual event. You'll join this event online by clicking the join event button below.


This webinar will cover the basics of digital accessibility. Topics covered will include a general description of digital accessibility, the core principles of accessibility, accessibility tools, examples of effective accessible design, and a brief overview of the laws surrounding digital accessibility.

Guest Speaker: Laura Trybus

Laura Trybus is an Instructional Technologist and Assistive Technology Specialist at the University of Pittsburgh's Center for Teaching and Learning. Laura is a certified accessibility professional who provides training and support for faculty and staff wanting to learn more about digital accessibility, educational technology, and multimedia creation.

Every spring, the University Career Center offers programming that centers on disabled community members and their professional development as well as their rights in the workforce.

The theme this year is The Future of the Neurodiverse Workforce

If you need accommodations, please email Lee Anne Tourigny at ltourign@charlotte.edu