Using a Capability Maturity Model to Drive Campus Accessibility Compliance

Tuesday, October 15 | 5:00PM–5:45PM CT | Board 309, Poster Area, Halls F1, F2, Level 3
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
Learn how to apply strategic planning, implementation, and assessment techniques for accessibility compliance on your campus and how to avoid a complaint from OCR/DOJ using the ATI Capability Maturity Model framework. This model outlines the necessary steps to drive sustainable business processes and implementation of an accessibility compliance policy on your campus.

Outcomes: Apply campus prioritization strategies using an impact matrix within a compliance framework * Understand the importance of assessment data collection and accessibility compliance evidence in support of sustainable business process improvement * Identify the necessary next steps to move a campus towards full implementation of ATI CMM


  • Leslie Kennedy

    Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academic Technology Services, California State University, Office of the Chancellor
  • Cheryl Pruitt

    Director, Accessible Technology Initiative, California State University, Office of the Chancellor