Accessibility Testing with Screen Readers

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Class description

This course is aimed at designers, developers, QA testers and others who are part of the web accessibility testing cycle, or who simply want to understand how accessible and usable a web page(s) is. This is an introductory course, targeted at those with little to know previous screen reader experience. There will be plenty of time for participants to kick the tires of these screen readers on the web and to ask questions of an actual screen reader user.

Speaker

Desiree Sturdevant

Date

May 17th, 2017

Time

2:15 pm-5:30 pm

Class level

Intermediate

Class type

Lab

Track

Testing

Prerequisites

None

Take Aways

Attendees will learn about and how to use key features and functions of the Job Access with Speech (JAWS a commercially available software) and Nonvisual Desktop Access (NVDA a free, open source software package) screen readers.

Location

Room TH 205

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