The Accessible “Zoomversity”

Is your virtual training accessible? Many of us, by now, have mastered the art of virtual in-person training (sometimes known as “Zoomversity.”) But now we need to consider—is our virtual training accessible? Can it be used by people who have disabilities, such as those related to vision, hearing, mobility, or cognition? I recently presented on the idea that online training needs to be accessible—whether “live” virtual in-person training or training[…]

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