Digital Does Not Always Mean Accessible


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Karen Narvol
Guest Speaker:
Karen Narvol
Assistive Technology Consultant,
Kurzweil Education Trainer

About the Speaker:

Karen has 42 years of experience as an elementary school teacher, instructional technology specialist, and assistive technology consultant with school districts and intermediate units in south-central and eastern Pennsylvania. She is currently working as an independent assistive technology consultant and trainer with contracts at Kurzweil Education, Bookshare, and Perkins School for the Blind.

Webinar Description

Just because material is digital, it is not automatically accessible. Four principles, which were developed by the WC3 Accessibility Initiative, guide the production of digital accessible content:

  1. The content must be perceivable
  2. The content must be operable
  3. The content must be understandable
  4. The content must be robust

Many digital materials are not developed according to these four principles. Using k3000 and k1000, digital materials can be rendered accessible and usable by many individuals having a range of abilities and needs, in a variety of environments.

Join Karen Narvol as she demonstrates how k3000 and k1000 can deliver accessible digital content that adheres to these four principles.

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community that develops open standards to ensure the long-term growth of the Web.

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