Digital Accessibility: What’s Next for Higher Ed?

Elizabeth Farrell |

Former Tambellini Author

Top of Mind Podcast - Digital Accessibility: What’s Next for Higher Ed?
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While there isn’t one single definition of digital accessibility that applies to all higher education institutions, there are guiding principles that all should follow. Our Top of Mind guest this month, Brian Fodrey, Carnegie Mellon University’s Assistant Vice President of Business Innovation, shares the guidelines and steps his institution followed in creating their Digital Accessibility Office.

Highlights include:

  • Factors all institutions should consider in ensuring digital accessibility across their technology tools and platforms.
  • The principles of an effective digital accessibility program.
  • Tips and advice on digital accessibility best practices.

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Elizabeth Farrell |
Former Tambellini Author
Elizabeth Farrell is an award-winning communications leader with a proven track record of success in delivering high-impact results for national and global colleges and universities, Fortune 100 companies, dynamic start-ups, and influential nonprofits. She has collaborated closely with higher education institutions over the past two decades in numerous roles including media relations, branding, marketing, business development, and as a journalist for outlets including The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Wall Street Journal, and PBS Newshour.

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