Accessible Electronic and Information Technology Procurement Training 101

Cynthia Waddell & Mary Cheng

December 12, 2006

Index of Slides : Text Mostly Version

  1. Accessible Electronic and Information Technology (E&IT) Procurement Training 101
  2. Accessible Technology
  3. Accessible Technology
  4. Setting the Context: Who Benefits?
  5. Part 1: Accessibility in E&IT
  6. What is California Government Code 11135?
  7. Cal. Gov. Code §11135(d)(2)
  8. What is Section 508?
  9. What is Section 508?
  10. How does Section 508 apply to the CSU?
  11. How Does Section 508 Apply to CSU?
  12. Difference Between CA Law and Section 508
  13. Gov. Code 11135 Section (c)(2)
  14. Part 1: Section 508 Standards
  15. Definition of E&IT
  16. Key Concepts for Standards
  17. Technology to Expose Content and Functionality
  18. Technical Standards-Subpart B
  19. Technical Standards- Cont’d
  20. Software & the Web- Key Concept
  21. Telecommunication Products- Key Concept
  22. Video and Multimedia Products- Key Concept
  23. Video and Multimedia Products- Key Concept
  24. Self-Contained, Closed Products- Key Concept
  25. Desktop and Portable Computers- Key Concept
  26. Information, Documentation & Support- Subpart D
  27. Information, Documentation & Support
  28. Functional Performance Criteria-Subpart C
  29. Subpart C(a): Vision
  30. Subpart C(b): Visual Acuity
  31. Subpart C(c): Hearing
  32. Subpart C(d): Audio Information
  33. Subpart C(e): Speech
  34. Subpart C(f): Motor Skills/Coordination
  35. Application of Section 508 and Exemptions-Subpart A
  36. Undue Burden
  37. Example of Undue Burden
  38. Fundamental Alteration Exception
  39. Fundamental Alteration Example:
  40. Commercial Availability
  41. Commercial Availability
  42. Commercial Availability Example
  43. Commercial Availability Example
  44. Equivalent Facilitation
  45. Equivalent Facilitation Example
  46. Other Section 508 Exceptions
  47. Other Section 508 Exceptions
  48. Back Office Exception Example
  49. CA Gov’t Code 11135 Exception
  50. Part 3: VPATs and How to Request Accessibility Information from Vendors
  51. Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates
  52. VPATs
  53. CSU Use of VPATs
  54. VPATs
  55. Contact Information
  56. www.calstate.edu/accessibility

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