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Wednesday, May 17 • 2:35pm - 3:05pm
Impact of the EPUB Standard on Accessible Course Materials

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In this second of a three-part session, join us for a deeper look at how institutions, suppliers, consortiums, and publishers are working together to move forward with born accessible, advocate for buying accessible, and lowering the bar for finding accessible course materials and content. We start with an open discussion on how the newly released EPUB 3.1 specification is changing the landscape to help ensure conformance and transparency for accessible content. The session will then examine how institutions are working to change their campus adoption and procurement culture to raise awareness for accessible content, as well as identify what is needed to prepare key support services, such as DSS offices, to work with EPUB formatted course content.

Moderators
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Markus Gylling

IMS Global, Solutions Architect

Speakers
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George Kerscher

Chief Innovations Officer, DAISY
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Christian Vinten-Johansen

Manager, IT Accessibility Team; Co-chair Accessible Technology and Information Initiative, Pennsylvania State University


Wednesday May 17, 2017 2:35pm - 3:05pm
Savoy Savoy

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