Webinar, June 18: How to Use JAWS Scripting to Accommodate Accessibility Barriers in School and the Workplace

Posted on Friday, 5 June 2020 by TPG team

Date
Thursday, June 18, 2020
Time
12:00pm ET

Registration for the webinar “How to Use JAWS Scripting to Accommodate Accessibility Barriers in School and the Workplace” is now closed, but please email twaites@paciellogroup.com with your name and contact information for a copy of the slides. You can also register to watch the recording.

This webinar will introduce common accessibility barriers vision-impaired students and employees face in vocational settings as well as identify challenges faced by educators’ employers when providing “reasonable accommodations” to overcome these barriers.

Attendees will learn how to offer reasonable accommodations to vision-impaired employees through strategic planning, execution of a targeted assessment, and JAWS for Windows scripting services. The webinar will place special emphasis on independent and efficient task completion that will result in maximum productivity and efficiency when operating in a competitive educational and vocational environment. Strategies for incorporating digital accessibility know-how across an institution to raise awareness among vision-impaired students’ and employees’ sighted peers will also be addressed.

In a time when distance learning and remote employment alternatives have presented even more barriers for screenreader users, you won’t want to miss this webinar!

Please be advised that individuals using the IE web browsers may not be able to register due to a webinar hosting glitch and their CAPTCHA verification. If you are unable to register, please email twaites@paciellogroup.com with your name and contact information.

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