Fourth Thursdays, every month unless otherwise notified.
Held in the SCATP Resource Room unless otherwise notified.
- Thursday, May 23, 2013
- Thursday, June 27, 2013
- Thursday, Jul 25, 2013
- Thursday, August 22, 2013
- Thursday, September 26, 2013
- Thursday, October 24, 2013
- November - no meeting
- Thursday, December 12 (not the 4th Thursday)
Please join us. If you'd like to attend a meeting or become a member of ATAC, email Mark Gamble (SCVRD) and Janet Jendron (SCATP)
Accessibility.SC.Gov brought to you by the ATAC
The South Carolina Assistive Technology Advisory Committee (ATAC) is a technology architecture committee of the State Budget and Control Board, Division of State Information Technology (DSIT). With a primary focus on information technology accessibility, ATAC is composed of representatives from many state agencies. Since its inception in 2001, ATAC has worked to further the following goals:
- Provide education opportunities for agencies and educational institutions
- Update and enhance the website to provide resources for all South Carolinians
- Promote ATAC Services and benefits to state agencies, educational institutions, service consumers, and other public and private entities
- Construct and implement a plan for ensuring the sustainability and continuance of ATAC services and benefits into the future
ITSC Legal Presentation
This is the most recent presentation given to ATAC on November 13, 2011 (medium sized 550Kb Powerpoint file).
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- ATAC meets regularly; meetings are open to the public. Please contact us if you would like to become an ATAC member.
- Join the South Carolina Web and Information Technology Network. This listserv focuses on web and information technology accessibility resources. People can ask questions from other network members and get suggested resources and tools. Not just for Web designers, this listserv addresses ways to make all electronic documents accessible and usable (e.g., Word and PDF documents). Mail the Web/IT Accessibility Network and specify that you want to join the Web Accessibility Network.
- Give us feedback on your training needs! Contact Janet Jendron.
In collaboration with the SC Assistive Technology Program, ATAC has administered a Web Testers Program. This unique program has trained people who use assistive technology and those who don't, in the evaluation of state agency web pages for accessibility and usability.
SC State Agencies who are active ATAC members:
- SC Assistive Technology Program
- USC School of Medicine, Center for Disability Resources
- SC Vocational Rehabilitation Department
- SC State Library
- SC Lieutenant Governor's Office on Aging
- SC Commission for the Blind
- SC School for the Deaf and the Blind
- University of South Carolina
- SC Department of Revenue
- Midlands Technical College
- SC Department of Health and Environmental Control
- SC ETV
- Florence-Darlington Technical College
- SC Department of Employment and Workforce