This webpage provides accessible, real-time versions of the in-person discussion from supporting Carolyn Speer’s presentation on digital accessibility at the DisabilityIN: Greater Wichita Forum, 2019. Any suggestions on how to improve the accessibility of our materials should be sent to the Kansas Accessibility Resources Network at KSARN@wichita.edu.
Dr.Carolyn Speer is the Manager of Instructional Design and Access for Wichita State University. Carolyn has her Ph.D. in Adult and Continuing Education and teaches statistics and research methods in the Criminal Justice Department at Wichita State and American Government for the Political Science Department. She holds a CPACC (Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies) certification from the IAAP (International Association of Accessibility Professionals).
- Presentation Slides
- Kansas Accessibility Resources Network
- Universal Design Review Process
- Universal Design Flow Chart
Suggested Online Training Curriculum
For further training in digital accessibility, please consider following this curriculum. All courses are free, online, and on-demand. Successful completion will result in a free digital credential (“badge”) from the Credly corporation and Wichita State.