This Friday, June 18, Verbit’s Director of Key Accounts, Kevin Sklar, will present at ICT’s annual Accessibility Summer Camp. The conference is designed to connect professionals and educators who are invested in learning more about accessibility needs and best practices. Sklar will be presenting alongside noteworthy industry leaders from the likes of Blackboard, Google, UC Berkeley and California Polytechnic State University.
ACS’s sessions will provide participants with accessibility training to empower them to create fully accessible, quality learning environments that remove obstacles for all individuals. Verbit’s team is excited to take part in this important event, which aligns with Verbit’s core mission of making educational environments and workplaces more accessible to all. Verbit’s leadership continues to work with leading universities, community colleges and corporations to provide them with the technology necessary to foster accessibility and inclusion.
Verbit’s Kevin Sklar as he delves deep into how to effectively use transcription, captioning, translation and audio description tools to provide accessibility and inclusion to event audiences and students alike. Sklar and the Verbit team are working with the likes of London Business School, Harvard University, University of Florida and others and key insights will be shared. Sklar will deep-dive into how technologies, such as Verbit’s AI-based solutions can help professionals create more accessible environments and meet disability guidelines, such as the ADA. He’ll explore what to look for when professionals consider technologies, as well as how to ensure they’re offering true equity to users with both precision and accuracy.
The event’s keynote speaker is Christopher Patnoe, Head of Accessibility Programs and Disability Inclusion for Google. He spearheads Google’s efforts around the accessibility of product, people and partnerships.
Join this exciting and important day of learning, insights and networking in an effort to make media, classrooms and workplaces accessible to everyone.