Archived Webinars

Did you miss previous webinars? IAAP records and archives every webinar and makes them available for purchase. Members receive some number of complimentary archived webinars as part of their member benefits based upon their membership type.  Read on to learn more about the different ways you can access archived webinars:.

 

Archived Webinar Bundles

The IAAP Archived Webinar Bundles package archived IAAP webinars by topic for you to purchase. Only looking for webinars about HTML accessibility and universal design? Or maybe you're just interested in disabilities, challenges and assistive technologies. The bundled archived webinars can help you find exactly what you're looking for. Learn more about the individual archived webinars in each bundle by viewing the individual archived webinars listing.

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Disabilities, Challenges and Assistive Technologies

  • Human Factors and Accessibility – Aaron Bangor, AT&T and Daryl Gardner-Bonneau, Bonneau and Associates
  • Using Assistive Technology (AT) in Accessibility Testing – Kathy Wahlbin, Interactive Accessibility
  • Building Accessibility to Address Cognitive Impairments – Lisa Seeman and Rich Schwerdtfeger, IBM Software

Member Individual:$79.00
Member Organization: $199.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees who are not included in IAAP membership.  (Employees included in membership receive access to archives as part of member benefits.)
Nonmember: Individual: $139.00
Nonmember Organization: $339.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees
 

HTML Accessibility and Universal Design

  • Accessible Web Graphics with SVG and Canvas – Doug Schepers, W3C
  • HTML5 & ARIA for Meeting WCAG 2.0 Success Criteria – Jon Gunderson, University of Illinois
  • Modern Web Accessibility with JavaScript & WAI-ARIA – Paul Adam, Deque
  • Top Testing Tools for Accessibility – Alastair Campbell, Nomensa
  • Rich Internet Apps - How to Make Them Accessible – Dylan Barrell, Deque 
  • Web Components and Accessibility – Karl Groves, The Paciello Group
  • Writing Accessibility Tests Using JavaScript and CSS – Jonathan Avila, SSB BART Group
  • Designing a Better User Experience – Mary Jo Mueller, IBM and Bo Campbell, IBM Research

Member Individual:$179.00
Member Organization: $279.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees who are not included in IAAP membership.  (Employees included in membership receive access to archives as part of member benefits.)
Nonmember Individual: $209.00
Nonmember Organization: $659.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees
 

Mobile Accessibility

  • The Making of an Accessible iOS App for Non- Visual Access – Frank Hoey and Scott White, National Federation of the Blind
  • Mobile Accessibility on the Move – Kathy Wahlbin, Interactive Accessibility
  • Accessibility in the Mobile Age – Tim Springer, SSB Bart Group

Member Individual: $79.00
Member Organization: $199.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees who are not included in IAAP membership.  (Employees included in membership receive access to archives as part of member benefits.)
Nonmember Individual: $99.00
Nonmember Organization: $339.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees
 

Multimedia & Documents

  • Captioning and Audio Description Technology and Best Practices – Robert Pearson, Accessible Media, Inc.
  • EPUB3: Marching to Replace PDF as the Standard for Accessible Published Materials – George Kersher, DAISY Consortium, and Becky Gibson, IBM
  • Latest Developments in Accessible Math in Browsers and Ebooks – Sue-Ann Ma and Charles LaPierre, Benetech 
  • PDF Accessibility: Beyond the Basics – Andrew Kirkpatrick, Adobe; Karen McCall, M.Ed., Karlen Communications
  • What Makes A Video Player Accessible? – Terrill Thompson, University of Washington and Ken Petri, The Ohio State University

Member Individual: $119.00
Member Organization: $199.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees who are not included in IAAP membership.  (Employees included in membership receive access to archives as part of member benefits.)
Nonmember Individual: $139.00
Nonmember Organization: $459.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees
 

Declarations, Standards, Laws and Management Strategies

  • Global Industry Factors Driving Accessibility of ICT Technology and How to Plan for the Headwinds – Rich Schwerdtfeger, IBM
  • Overview of Global IT Accessibility Laws and Policies – Ken Nakata, Cryptzone
  • Successfully Integrating Web Accessibility in Your Organization’s Lifecycle – Denis Boudreau, Simply Accessible
  • Increase Your Influence, Build Your Career - Scaling Accessibility from Specialist Niche to Business-as-Usual – Jonathan Hassell, Hassell Inclusion
  • Organizational Change and Accessibility, Overcoming the Resistance – Chris Law, Accessibility Track Consulting, LLC

Member Individual:$119.00
Member Organization: $199.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees who are not included in IAAP membership.  (Employees included in membership receive access to archives as part of member benefits.)
Nonmember Individual: $159.00
Nonmember Organization: $459.00 - For unlimited viewing by employees

 


Individual Archived Webinars


Archived Webinar Fees (per webinar)
  • $29 for IAAP members
  • $69 for nonmembers 

Purchase an individual archived webinar today!

 

2017

Accessibility Legislation in Europe: Standards, Laws, and How to Interpret Them

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Length: 1.5 Hours
Speaker: Susanna Laurin, CEO Funka Nu
Target Audience: Project managers, developers, designers, editors, and other roles in the ICT industry who want to sell to the public sector in Europe.  Anyone affected by this legislation.
 

Accessible Design for an Aging Population

Live Broadcast Held On: Thursday, April 20, 2017
Length: 1.5 Hours
Speakers: Susann Keohane, Global Research Leader for Aging, Bo Campbell, Accessibility Design Lead, IBM
Target Audience: All


Section 508 Refresh - Understanding the New Requirements

Live Broadcast Held On: Thursday, March 23, 2017
Length: 1.5 Hours
Speaker: Tim Springer, Founder and CEO, SSB Bart Group
Target Audience: Accessibility Professionals, Policymakers, Program Managers, Executives/General Managers


Using the W3C ARIA Authoring Practices Guide 1.1 to Build Accessible Web Resources

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Length: 1.5 Hours
Speaker: Jon Gunderson, Coordinator of Accessible IT Group, University of Illinois
Target Audience: UX Designers, software developers, Quality Assurance
Skill Level: Intermediate

US Accessibility Laws: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Business

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Length: 1.5 Hours
Speaker: Ken Nakata, Director, Accessibility Consulting Practice, Cryptzon
Target Audience: Anyone who needs to understand the laws impacting website design for persons with disabilites and the standards that should be met.
Skill Level: Beginner
 

2016

Making Accessibility a Design Problem

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Alastair Campbell, Director of Accessibility, Nomensa
Target Audience: Accessibility Professionals, developers, designers, testers, and anyone involved in the delivery of websites and web content to the general population
Skill Level: Intermediate

Making the Web More Usable for Low Vision Audiences

Live Broadcast Held On: November 1, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Aaron Leventhal, Director of Project Management, VFO Group; David Young, Director of Marketing, VFO Group
Target Audience: Accessibility professionals, developers, designers, testers, and anyone involved in the delivery of websites and web content to the general population
Skill Level: Intermediate

How to Use JAWS Screen Reader to Verify Accessibility Features in a Web Application

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Hadi Rangin, IT Accessibility Specialist, University of Washington
Target Audience: Accessibility Specialists, Web Developers, Testers, QA
Skill Level: Intermediate

Audio Description: The Visual Made Verbal

Live Broadcsat Held On: Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Dr. Joel Snyder, President-Director, Audio Description Associates, LLC – American Council of the Blind Audio Description Project
Target Audience: Accessibility Professionals, prospective describers
Skill Level: Intermediate

Planning and Delivering a Diverse User Test

Live Broadcast Held On: Thursday, July 28, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speakers: Joe Chidzik, Senior Accessibility Consultant and Raphael Clegg- Vinnell, Accessibility Consultant, AbilityNet
Target Audience: Accessibility\UX leads, QA
Skill Level: Beginner

Designing a Better User Experience

Live Broadcast Held On: Thursday, June 30, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speakers: Mary Jo Mueller, Accessibility Standards Program Manager, IBM and Bo Campbell, Accessibility Consultant Designer, IBM Research
Target Audience: Designers, developers
Skill Level: Intermediate

What Makes A Video Player Accessible?

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speakers: Terrill Thompson, Technology Accessibility Specialist, University of Washington; Ken Petri, Director, Web Accessibility Center, The Ohio State University 
Target Audience: Web designers or developers
Skill Level: Beginner

Accessibility in the Mobile Age

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Tim Springer, CEO, SSB Bart Group
Target Audience: Developers, Designers, Testers
Skill Level: Intermediate

Organizational Change and Accessibility, Overcoming the Resistance

Live Broadcast Held On: Thursday, March 31, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Chris Law, President, Accessibility Track Consulting, LLC
Target Audience: Accessibility consultants and practitioners, Section 508 Coordinators, accessibility program managers.
Skill Level: Advanced

Writing Accessibility Tests Using JavaScript and CSS

Live Broadcast Held On: Thursday, January 28, 2016
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Jonathan Avila, Chief Accessibility Officer, SSB BART Group
Target Audience: Developers, Testers, QA
Skill Level: Advanced

2015

PDF Accessibility: Beyond the Basics

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Length: 1.5 hours
Speakers: Andrew Kirkpatrick, Group Product Manager, Accessibility, Adobe; Karen McCall, M.Ed., Accessible Document Design Consultant/Trainer, Karlen Communications
Target Audience: Accessibility repair specialists, document authors
Skill Level: Intermediate

Latest Developments in Accessible Math in Browsers and Ebooks

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Length: 1.5 hours
Speakers: Sue-Ann Ma, Product Manager, Literacy, Benetech; Charles LaPierre, Senior Software Engineer, Benetech
Target Audience: Content architects, ebook producers, educational textbook publishers, web developers
Skill Level: Intermediate

The Making of an Accessible iOS App for Non-Visual Access

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Length: 1.5 hours
Speakers: Frank Hoey, Senior iOS Developer, Data Speech Solutions, and Scott White, Director of Sponsored Technology Programs, National Federation of the Blind
Target Audience: Accessibility Professionals
Skill Level: Beginner 

Building Accessibility to Address Cognitive Impairments

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Speakers: Lisa Seeman, Facilitator for WCAG's Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Task Force, WAI/W3C and Co-Founder of Athena ICT; Rich Schwerdtfeger, CTO, Accessibility, IBM Software
Target Audience: Accessibility Professionals, Policymakers
Skill Level: Intermediate and Advanced

EPUB3: Marching to Replace PDF as the Standard for Accessible Published Materials

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Length: 1.5 hours
Speakers: George Kerscher, Secretary General of the DAISY Consortium and Senior Officer of Accessible Technology-Learning Ally, and Becky Gibson, Senior Technical Staff Member, Accessibility, at IBM
Target Audience: Educators, authors, and corporate facilitators interested in learning more about EPUB and the options for using EPUB to create accessible materials 
Skill Level: Beginner and Intermediate 

Mobile Accessibility on the Move

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, July 15, 2015 
Length: 1.5 hours 
Speaker: Kathy Wahlbin, CEO, Interactive Accessibility     
Target Audience: Everyone
Skill Level: Beginner 

Modern Web Accessibility with JavaScript & WAI-ARIA

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, June 10, 2015 
Length: 1.5 hours 
Speaker: Paul Adam, Accessibility Evangelist, Deque   
Target Audience: Developers, QA, UX, designers
Skill Level: Intermediate and Advanced

Overview of Global IT Accessibility Laws and Policies

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, May 12, 2015 
Length: 1.5 hours 
Speaker: Ken Nakata, Director, Accessibility Consulting Practice, Cryptzone
Target Audience: Everyone
Skill Level: Beginner and Intermediate 

Successfully Integrating Web Accessibility in Your Organization's Lifecycle

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, April 8, 2015 
Length: 1.5 hours 
Speaker: Denis Boudreau, Web Accessibility Strategist, Simply Accessible
Target Audience: Everyone
Skill Level: Beginner and Intermediate

Captioning and Audio Description Technology and Best Practices

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Robert Pearson, Accessibility Officer, Accessible Media Inc. (AMI)
Target Audience: Web Technical, Web Standards, Government, Education, Library Services, Broadcasting, Any Online Media Provider
Skill Level: Intermediate

Increase Your Influence, Build Your Career - Scaling Accessibility from Specialist Niche to Business-as-Usual 

Live Broadcast Held On: Thursday, January 22, 2015
Length: 1.5 hours 
Speaker: Jonathan Hassell, Director, Hassell Inclusion 
Target Audience: Every "accessibility superhero" who wants to punch above their weight
Skill Level: Intermediate 

2014

Global Industry Factors Driving Accessibility of ICT Technology and How to Plan for the Headwinds

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Length: 1.5 hours 
Speaker: Richard Schwerdtfeger, Chief Technology Officer, Accessibility, IBM Software
Target Audience: Accessibility professionals, business leaders needing to understand accessibility business drivers worldwide

Human Factors and Accessibility

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Length: 1.5 hours 
Speaker: Aaron Bangor, Ph.D., CHFP, Lead Accessible Technology Architect, AT&T and Daryle Gardner-Bonneau, Ph.D., Principal, Bonneau and Associates
Target Audience: Accessibility professionals who want to learn more about how their work corresponds with the human factors/usability profession; Human factors professionals who want to learn more about more inclusive design and research practices

Top Testing Tools for Accessibility

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Alastair Campbell, Director of Accessibility, Nomensa
Target Audience: People who create websites /apps, Designers, Developers and (QA) Testers

Rich Internet Apps – How to Make Them Accessible

Live Broadcast Held On: Thursday, August 14, 2014
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Dylan Barrell, VP of Product Development, Deque Systems
Target Audience: Developers and Product Owners 

Using Assistive Technology (AT) in Accessibility Testing

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Kathy Wahlbin, CEO and Founder, Interactive Accessibility
Target Audience: Beginners

Web Components and Accessibility

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Karl Groves, Senior Technical Lead, Accessibility Software Consultant, Director of Training, The Paciello Group
Target Audience: Developers. This session requires experience with HTML and CSS and at least basic understanding of and experience with JavaScript

Accessible Web Graphics with SVG and Canvas

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Doug Schepers, Developer Relations Lead, W3C
Target Audience: Web developers and designers who are creating new graphical content for websites, including data visualization, and accessibility professionals who are tasked to make existing Web graphics accessible. NOTE: This session is not designed for Web beginners. Attendees are not required to have an in-depth knowledge of SVG and Canvas, however, attendees should have working skills in HTML, CSS and JavaScript

HTML5 & ARIA for Meeting WCAG 2.0 Success Criteria

Live Broadcast Held On: Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Length: 1.5 hours
Speaker: Jon Gunderson, Ph.D (Human Factors), Coordinator of IT Accessibility, University of Illinois
Target Audience: Web Developers, User Interface Designers and Accessibility Testers 


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