Is your institution doing all it can to be accessible? The following upcoming webinars will help you protect your institution.
These complimentary resources, provided by 3Play Media, feature industry leaders with expertise in accessibility legal requirements and making videos accessible.
WEBINAR: How to Mitigate the Risk of an Accessibility Lawsuit
Thursday, November 8th at
In this webinar, Kristina Launey, a partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, will talk about the current state of the law regarding online accessibility. She will look into past and current lawsuits to bring insight into the patterns that are emerging from these lawsuits. Kristina will also discuss best practices for creating accessible websites and mitigating your risk of getting sued.
WEBINAR: 2018 Legal Update on Digital Access Cases with Lainey Feingold
Thursday, November 29th at
This webinar will be presented by Lainey Feingold, an internationally recognized disability rights lawyer and pioneer of Structured Negotiation known for negotiating landmark accessibility agreements. In this webinar, Lainey will take us through key cases, court decisions, government agency activity, settlements, and other recent developments in the digital accessibility legal landscape since her last 3Play Media webinar in September 2017.
WEBINAR: Quick Start to Captioning
Thursday, December 6th at
This webinar covers legal compliance, closed captioning lawsuits,
of closed captions, explanation of caption formats and video player compatibility, as well as an overview of automated workflows and integrations with lecture capture and video platforms.
WEBINAR: Intro to Audio Description
Thursday, January 17th at
description? While most people are familiar with closed captioning, audio description is another important accessibility requirement for video content. This webinar will cover the basics of how to add audio description to online video, legal requirements for audio description, video player compatibility, examples and demos, how to create
description, and benefits of audio description outside of accessibility.