Web 508 Accessibility Advanced

In this hands-on, two-day Advanced Web Accessibility course, students take a deeper dive into modern techniques for web accessibility using WAI-ARIA, HTML5, and CSS. Students learn best practices for ARIA use to structure web pages, provide labelling and instructions, and adding accessibility to applications and widgets. The course also examines using accessible design patterns, how to develop a keyboard interface and control focus, and how ARIA works to provide accessibility to scripted elements. Students perform labs to fix accessibility issues in HTML and CSS, determine the correct ways to use ARIA, and add ARIA to code.

Please note that the recent (June 2018) addition of 17 success criteria found in WCAG 2.1 are briefly covered in this course. However, like AAA-level criterion, 2.1 updates currently are not included in legislation, and so receive less focus. Learn more.

Dec 13 - Dec 14, 2023
8:30 am - 3:00 pm

ThinkB!G - Online Live

Class Times: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM EST

Class Includes: Virtual Online Live Training (VOLT™) Service.

✔ Remote Hands-On Live Learning from Anywhere!

✔ LOG ON to access Software and Files. No Install Required.

✔ Instructors View LOG ON Student Computers for Live Learning Support.

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Technical Requirements to Register for this Training Class:
1. A primary computer or laptop
2. One of the following additional devices:
a. A second monitor plugged into your primary computer
b. A second computer/laptop
3. Reliable High-speed internet connection
4. Google Chrome (Alternate: Microsoft Edge) browser installed on the computer you will be using for class
5. 3-Button Computer mouse
6. Speaker/microphone (built-in to your computer/external/ a phone to dial in) for live two-way communication

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