[Accessibleweb] Digital Accessibility in the Workplace - online seminar

Rick Ells rells at cac.washington.edu
Fri Jan 19 11:20:10 PST 2007



A friend of mine who is into support for the disabled recommended this.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 17, 2006

CONTACT:

The Hadley School for the Blind
Phone: (800) 323-4238
E-mail: info at hadley.edu


Digital Accessibility in the Workplace

Winnetka, IL - Accessing electronic files in the workplace can be easier.

The Hadley School for the Blind will present a free Web seminar, "Digital
Accessibility in the Workplace," January 24, at 2 p.m. Central Time and 8
p.m. Greenwich Mean Time.

This 45-minute interactive seminar will be presented by staff from the
Hadley School and will explore the various ways employees more effectively
share data in the workplace using email, PDFs or word processed documents.
Presenters will share tips for handling tables and graphics along with
other kinds of electronic files.

Registration is required and space is limited. Register by going to
http://www.hadley.edu/seminar/ and follow the "Registration" link. You
will receive a confirmation email containing instructions to log in to the
seminar. Please note registration will only be taken online, and not by
phone.

Technical requirements to participate in the seminar are: For Windows:
Windows98, ME, 2K, XP or 2003 (XP recommended) system, Pentium 3 500 MHz
or better CPU, 512 MB RAM, Internet Explorer 6 or FireFox, JavaScript and
cookies enabled in the browser, 56K or faster Internet connection
(broadband recommended), full duplex audio device, speakers, and
microphone (optional).

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will not be answered.

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Editor's Note: The Hadley School for the Blind is the single largest
worldwide distance educator of blind and visually impaired people. Since
its founding by William Hadley and Dr. E.V.L. Brown in 1920, all of
Hadley's distance education courses have been provided free of charge.

Today, the school serves more than 10,000 students annually in all 50
states and 100 countries. Hadley relies on contributions from individuals,
foundations and corporations to fund its programs. Visit us on the Web at

http://www.hadley.edu.





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