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Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center to Offer Free Webinar on Access Board Updates

The Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center (DBTAC) announces an upcoming webinar entitled, “Section 508 Standards Refresh,” to be held on April 1, 2010 from 2:30 – 4:00pm (ET).

This session will provide an overview of the Access Board’s refresh of accessibility standards and guidelines for information and communication technologies under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Telecommunications Act. The Board is updating these requirements to address changing technologies and market trends. Board representatives will provide an update on this rulemaking and outline draft revisions to the standards and guidelines. The webinar will provide an opportunity for questions but will not serve as a forum for submitting comments.

This session will also provide an opportunity to earn continuing education credits (CEUs). General attendance is free, but a $25 fee will be charged by DBTAC for processing CEUs.

Tim Creagan, U.S. Access Board
Ronald J. Gardner, U.S. Access Board Member
Neil K. Melick, U.S. Access Board Member

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