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Webinar

Exploring the ADA Web Guidelines (Monday 6 June: 11.30pm BST).

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Overview

When the ADA was enacted in 1990, the internet had not yet become such an important part of people’s lives, includi

Following years of twists and turns worthy of a suspense novel, the Americans with Disabilities now has web guidance.

While not a robust, or technically specific document, it is more of a wayfinding statement to help people understand that websites do need to be accessible, and that the Americans with Disabilities Act, supports that.

Guest speaker, Ken Rodgers, ADA Coordinator with the office of Equity and Diversity at the Minnesota Department of Transportation, will walk us through this new guidance and discuss ways that it applies to you, your organization, and/or your clients.

Be positioned to ask questions and offer comments by reading the guidance in advance at: Guidance on Web Accessibility and the ADA | Beta.ADA.gov

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Find our more and register at this link: webinar link.