This is a recorded webinar and is only available online.
Adobe Acrobat has long been used as a standard format for distributing documents. However, it requires additional work to ensure that your documents are accessible to all individuals. In this recorded webinar, you'll discover what you can do everyday to make sure that your documents are accessible and ADA compliant. Specifically, you will be learning how to check for existing accessibility features in your PDFs, interpreting what features are found, and learning how to implement accessible best-practices into all of your PDFs, such as reading order, bookmarks, titling, and tagging.
About the Presenter: Art Frick is a web designer, developer, and online accessibility specialist in the greater NYC area. He is a full-time staff member of the University of New Hampshire’s Institute on Disability, where he does a lot of project management, assists in developing technical specifications for several grants and programs at the Institute, and is a frequent speaker about online accessibility issues and Drupal.
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