This month we ask the question, “Is your awareness campaign accessible?” We share resources to help you make sure that when you spread the word about your campaign or event, that information is accessible.
Federal Social Media Accessibility Toolkit Hackpad: Improving the Accessibility of Social Media for Public Service is directed toward government entities, but other organizations will find this toolkit a helpful way to learn about social media accessibility.
FREE WEBINAR – PEAT Talks: Facebook and the Accessible Workplace
June 21, 2018
1:00 to 2:00 pm Central
Learn why and how Facebook has made accessibility a priority
- ARCHIVED WEBINAR: Getting Social: Best Practices for Social Media Accessibility: This training from the ADA National Network provides helpful tips and tricks to ensure that the content of your agency’s social media attracts the largest possible audience, while being accessible to individuals with disabilities.
- Twitter Accessibility: How to add image descriptions to your tweets.
- Facebook Live Closed Caption Guide: Closed captions help make video content accessible to everyone in the Facebook community. Facebook now enables publishers to add closed captions to their Facebook Live broadcasts.
- Adding Captions to YouTube Videos: This tutorial from the University of Washington will assist you in making sure your YouTube videos are accessible.
- A Guide to Planning Accessible Meetings, Events and Conferences: Does your campaign include an event? This guide will assist you in making your event welcoming, inclusive and accessible.
About Explore Access
exploreaccess.org is a web resource developed through a project of the Southwest ADA Center Regional Affiliate – Arkansas, a program of UA Partners for Inclusive Communities through funding from the Southwest ADA Center (90DP0092).