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SIG Technology: Accessibility for Online Learning - Improve your Learner's Lives today!

  • March 13, 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom


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SIG Technology: Accessibility for Online Learning - Improve your Learner's Lives today!

The ATD Houston SIG Technology: This program is for everyone who designs, facilitates, or manages online learning programs, including eLearning, webinars, virtual classrooms, websites, computer-based job aids, social media, anything that involves technology - which a great deal of learning today does.

It’s critical to consider accessibility, disability, and usability in online learning, because without understanding the types of assistive technologies learners may use and how to design with inclusion in mind, you may end up unintentionally excluding your learners from your training program.

In this session, we’re going to learn how to create accessible online learning, and also learn how to evaluate our existing courses for accessibility.

Participants will leave with templates and resources to get started on course accessibility right away!

  • Understand types of disabilities and assistive technology, as well as challenges experienced by disabled learners.

  • Learn how to create accessible online learning (with practice activities)
  • Learn how to evaluate accessibility of existing online learning
  • Bonus! How do I convince others to prioritize accessibility?

ATD Capability Model – Building Personal Capability

To learn more about this model see: https://tdcapability.org/#/

For more information on ATD Houston SIGs: visit https://tdhouston.org/SIGs/ or contact Elizabeth Agustin, VP, GIGs and SIGs at vpgroups@tdhouston.org.


Britne Jenke, CPTD has been a member of ATD and an active member and leader of the award-winning Greater Las Vegas chapter since 2017, serving as its president in 2025/26. With a background in web design and educational technology, Britne is passionate about accessibility, disability advocacy, and inclusive design. She holds several certifications such as Talent Development (CPTD), Human Resources (SHRM-SCP), Accessibility (CPACC), and Diversity & Inclusion, and speaks regularly on accessibility and disability inclusion in the workplace. Britne was just spoke on this topic in the ATD TK24 Conference as well as was featured in 2021 ATD's DEI podcast for her work in designing inclusive training.

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