Accessible Historic Buildings and Facilities

Thursday, November 1, 2012


Access to individuals with disabilities, including those who are deaf or hard of hearing and people who are blind or have low vision must be provided. This applies whether you are participating in a webinar or presenting one. The Access Board and the Great Lakes National ADA Center has worked together in providing a monthly webinar series and has developed some technical assistance to assist others in ensuring accessibility. This session will examine the use of interactive features, captioning, audio connections, and other features as it relates to those who are planning to provide webinars as well as those who are developing webinar platforms.

Multimedia Archives

Blackboard is no longer a supported platform. We are processing all archived recordings that were hosted with Blackboard and will be reposting these webinars in another format shortly.

If you have any questions please contact us.

Session Materials

RTF   Accessible Historic Buildings and Facilities
PDF   Accessible Historic Buildings and Facilities(2 Slides Per Page)
PDF   Accessible Historic Buildings and Facilities(3 Slides Per Page)


Jim Pecht, Accessibility Specialist/Librarian, US Access Board, Office of Technical and Information Services