Education & Digital Access: DoE, Cryptzone to Discuss at ADA Symposium
The 2016 National ADA Symposium, an annual conference focused on the Americans with Disabilities Act, is scheduled for next week (June 19-22) in Denver, Colorado. Cryptzone is slated to present a session with the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Education and Digital Access.
With speakers Mary Lou Mobley, Denver Regional Dept. of Education Office for Civil Rights and Ken Nakata, Accessibility Consulting Practice, Cryptzone, this session will explore key aspects of website accessibility, distance learning, and e-readers as a civil rights matter, especially in the context of educational institutions (school districts, universities, etc.).
This session on Wednesday, June 22, during Session 7 from 8:30-10:30 will address the application of the ADA and Section 504 to an interconnected world; technological challenges faced by covered entities; and recent litigation, regulatory, and enforcement developments. Mobley and Nakata will walk participants through how OCR and other federal agencies approach their responsibility to enforce the ADA and Section 504 in a digital context. As experts in accessibility, Mobley and Nakata are well versed in these topics and will offer many practical tips for achieving compliance or challenging non-compliance.
About the National ADA Symposium
The National ADA Symposium is a project of the ADA National Network comprised of ten regional centers that provide information, training, and materials on the Americans with Disabilities Act. The conference has earned the reputation as the most comprehensive training event available on the ADA and disability-related laws. The 2016 National ADA Symposium will be co-hosted by the Great Plains and Rocky Mountain ADA Centers.
The National ADA Symposium is designed to provide the latest information on ADA regulations and guidelines, implementation strategies, and best practices through dynamic, interactive sessions.
Cryptzone and Accessibility
The importance of Web accessibility standards has been recognized around the world. Making sure your company is compliant with the latest standards can help you gain valuable market share and avoid the risk of costly litigation, settlements and loss of reputation and business.
Cryptzone is committed to Web accessibility solutions and services. Its accessibility solution, Compliance Sheriff, empowers content managers to work collaboratively with online content developers and website architects to monitor and verify corporate standards for Web accessibility compliance. It provides automated reporting to managers and developers to determine whether the information on any internal or external online portal complies with Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 standards.
Learn more about Cryptzone at the ADA Symposium next week and be sure to check out the session with the DoE and Cryptzone.