Tuesday, May 21 | 10:00AM–2:30PM ET | Online

Demo Day | Digital Accessibility Tools

Digital accessibility is the process of making a site, application, or software program compatible with assistive technology that helps people with disabilities access, understand, and use digital products. When higher education institutions support digital accessibility, they enable all users to have more equitable learning experiences and bridge the educational divide by making learning accessible to everyone.

Join us for several live 45-minute, rapid-fire sessions from our corporate solution providers as they present their digital accessibility solutions. Learn more about important considerations when implementing these systems, see the latest features, get your questions answered, and hear what your peers have to say.

Thomas J. Tobin, Senior Teaching & Learning Developer, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Participating Solution Providers

  • ansrAccess
  • Anthology
  • Cidi Labs
  • LearningMate
  • YuJa

Inclusion and Accessibility

EDUCAUSE strives to hold meetings, conferences, and other professional events where all attendees feel welcome and barriers of any type do not exclude people from attending or participating. EDUCAUSE recognizes that long-term and lasting progress on this front will require time, sustained effort, and the cumulative impact of incremental and individual actions.

EDUCAUSE automatically provides real-time AI captioning and downloadable transcripts for all online events. Many online events utilize breakout rooms to enable small group interaction and learning and AI captioning is not available in breakout rooms at this time. To request an accommodation and/or services, please send an email to [email protected] or call (303) 449-4430 for assistance.