Who is this session for?
People in the accessibility realm that are looking to provide accessibility training to content managers
Want to provide accessibility training for content managers on your campus? On a limited budget? We will walk through how a homegrown accessibility training was created and rolled out to over 500 content managers across the state of Tennessee and was required. We will discover topics covered in the first year, how the content was sourced for training using mostly existing videos already available, how training was rolled out and steps taken to attain a 95% completion rate. We will also discuss how to keep topics fresh annually.
Susan Blair has been with the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture as a Web Development Specialist since November 2017. She supports several academic departments with their website needs as well as ensuring that the Institute of Agriculture's websites conform to accessibility guidelines. She assisted with the migration of over 200 websites from SharePoint to WordPress.
A life-long learner, Susan has been drawn to technology for as long as she remembers and is passionate about accessibility as a result of her disability. She is currently working towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer & Information Technology from Austin Peay State University.
When she's not working or studying, Susan can be found spending time with her family, traveling, cross-stitching, bowling or cheering on her favorite sport teams!
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