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Upcoming Training Sessions

ATAC facilitates a number of trainings around the state. Our target audience includes web designers, IT personnel, content writers, and anyone who is interested in making Electronic Information Technology (EIT) more accessible. Contact Janet Jendron if you'd like to present a training and demonstration to your staff or at a meeting or conference.

To be announced

Resources from Previous Trainings

12/3/13 - Creating Accessible Documents for JAWS or MAGic Users Webinar

12/5/13 - Legal Considerations for Web and Information Technology Accessibility

Outside Trainings

On-line Training Sources

ADA National Network Series

Conference Series - in-depth information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

ADA Legal Webinar Series - for people with a working knowledge of the ADA and its basic elements. How federal agencies and the courts are interpreting the law and subsequent regulations.

Accessible Technology Webinar Series - increasing awareness on technology accessibility for people with disabilities and how it providins equal access to the workplace and social media.

AccessibilityOnline Webinar Series - collaborative training program between the ADA National Network (formerly known as DBTACs) and the US Access Board. The program includes a series of monthly free webinars and audio conferences on different topics of accessibility.

DISABILITY LAW LOWDOWN PODCAST LAUNCH - latest in disability law information every other week. Listeners can subscribe to the podcasts to have shows automatically delivered to them.

ADA National Network Audio Conferences
ADA National Network Webinar Archives

AT Coalition Trainings

The Accessible Technology Coalition offers free webinar trainings. Check back here for postings of any relevant topics.

AbleNet University

AbleNet offers a number of free webinars with topics ranging from AT in the classroom to an extensive series covering Quality Indicators of Assistive Technology (QIAT).

Check the AbleNet University webinar schedule to see what's available and register.

ATAC at Winthrop

 Winthrop group

ATAC recently taught a grad school class at Winthrop University.
Left to right: Lisa Harris, Winthrop instructor, Janet Jendron, ATAC, Clay Jeffcoat,
SC School for the Deaf and the Blind, Brianna Murray, Winthrop student

ATAC at the 2013 SUCCEEDS Conference


Back, left to right: Lisa Lanpher, Columbia International University, Janet Jendron, SCATP, Tina Vires, Limestone College, Sharon Bellwood, Greenville Tech. Front, left to right: Cheryl Kirkpatrick, Midlands Tech, David Bundy, SC Commission for the Blind