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ATI Best Practices Web Accessibility. by Flavio Argueta Rapeepun Suchin (Maew) CSU Los Angeles. Objectives. To create Web Accessibility awareness To provide information regarding legal and CSU requirements To provide information regarding online and on-campus resources. Agenda.

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Ati best practices web accessibility

ATI Best PracticesWeb Accessibility

by

Flavio Argueta

Rapeepun Suchin (Maew)

CSU Los Angeles

2008 Regional Meetings – Fullerton


Objectives

Objectives

  • To create Web Accessibility awareness

  • To provide information regarding legal and CSU requirements

  • To provide information regarding online and on-campus resources


Agenda

Agenda

  • Introduction to Web Accessibility

  • It’s the LAW!

    • Section 504 & Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

    • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

      Using Screen Reader (Individual Activity)

    • CSU Mandate

    • CSULA Web Policy

  • Tools and Resources


Screen reader

Screen Reader

  • Software that reads aloud what is being displayed on the screen (e.g., text-to-speech and Braille output).

  • Useful for users who are blind, visually impaired, or learning disabled

  • Simple form of screen readers are provided with major operating systems:

    • Narrator for Microsoft Windows

    • VoiceOver for Apple

  • Open source screen readers:

    • NonVisual Desktop Access for Windows

    • FireVox for the Mozilla Firefox browser

  • Job Access With Speech or JAWS 9.0 is available for CSULA campus users


Individual activity

2. Click the OK button

3. Check the Move mouse pointer to the active item check box

Individual Activity

1. Launch Narrator: Start  All Programs  Accessibility  Narrator


Individual activity1

Individual Activity

  • Turn off the monitor and put on the headphone.

  • Press [Ctrl] + [Esc] to access the Start menu list.

  • Use the and arrows to browse the menu.

  • Once hearing Internet Explorer, press [Enter] to launch IE.

  • Press [Alt] + [D] to jump to IE’s Address Bar.

  • Type in IE’s Address Bar: www.google.com

  • Type in Google’s Search field: cal state la

  • Press [Enter].

  • Press [Tab] until the link in Step 10 has been reached.

  • Press[Enter] when hearing the California State University, Los Angeles link.

  • Turn on the monitor to verify and raise your hand.


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