19NTC Session
IT

Be a Tech Accessibility Advocate

Meeting the accessibility needs of all your colleagues is easier than you may think. With the surge of apps, there is greater access to tools to improve working environments for many people with and without disabilities. Join this session to better understand how you can be a stronger advocate for assistive technology.


Learning Outcomes

  • Implement accessible tools to improve any staff member’s work environment
  • Improve your digital communications to reach more of your staff
  • Heighten the accessibility culture in your organization

Suggested Tags

AccessibilityCultureDiversity and Inclusion

Speakers

Aurora Holder

Tech Advocate

Disability Rights Wisconsin

Aurora currently manages all aspects of IT at Disability Rights Wisconsin, along with website development and teaching/supporting IT interns to be better techs. Aurora has a passion for working in Non-Profits, especially with technology. Aurora has a long history of supporting individuals with disabilities in the workplace with different assistive technologies and modified workspaces.

Teaching technology and improving processes with technology are her key strengths along with providing compassionate tech support to our staff. #Accidental Techie.

Keith Casebonne

Technology and Communications Manager

Disability Rights Florida

Keith Casebonne is the Technology and Communications Manager at Disability Rights Florida where he has worked for 17 years. As manager of both information technology and communications, Keith regularly works in social media, website development, graphic design, podcasting, network administration, computer security, and technical support. Digital accessibility is an area of special focus. Keith regularly speaks about accessibility, security, and social media.

Details

Room

E145

Day

Thursday
March 14, 2019

Time

10:30am – 11:45am

CFRE Credits

NFR - 1.25

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