Thursday 17th June - 4pm UK (BST) / 10am (CST)REGISTER NOW
At least one billion people, or 15% of the world’s population, are living with a recognized disability (WHO), and in the US 26% of adults (CDC) have some form of disability. What’s more, as the working population ages many more people acquire impairments which they wouldn’t necessarily consider a disability but can cause accessibility challenges.
Be honest: can you say, hand-on-heart, that your digital learning content is fully accessible to all learners? Or that you consistently consider accessibility as a core component of each elearning project?
If the answer is no, then don't worry, you're not alone. This is a challenge most organizations face but get it right and everyone will benefit.
In the next webinar in our Kineo Conversations series we tackle the topic of accessibility, as we’re joined by:
- Susi Miller – an accessibility expert from eLaHub, Susi has recently published her book: Designing Accessible Learning Content - A practical guide to applying best-practice accessibility standards to L&D resources.
- Mark D’Aquin from SAP - with a workforce in the hundreds of thousands, SAP wanted an approach that would deliver consistent learning experiences to meet the needs of today’s modern learner - to provide personalized, engaging, and accessible learning experiences at the point of need, on any device. Deploying Kineo’s Edition of the Adapt Authoring Tool, their award-winning solution makes learning accessible to all.
Save your spot to join the webinar where we'll discuss:
- Why is accessibility so important in digital learning?
- What accessibility in elearning actually means – and the things that are often overlooked
- How technology can help, and what you should expect from an accessible authoring tool
- How SAP implemented accessibility across their elearning programmes, so you can do the same
And if you can't make the date, don't worry - register via the link below and we'll send you the recording following the session!Register