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Institutions are at varying stages of implementing accessibility processes from individuals managing reactive accommodations to robust campus-wide initiatives.
Higher education institutions must be in compliance with federal accessibility laws but their ability to do so is challenged by a number of factors, including leadership, staff resources, cost, decentralized video production activities by individual faculty and departments, copyright, and more.
State authorization is a recipe of equal parts. Part 1: understanding state regulations. Part 2: understanding your institution’s out-of-state footprint. One without the other is a map with no legend.
Denver, CO WCET State Authorization Compliance Workshop: For Those Getting Started View the draft agenda here! Registration is now closed.
One of the unique features of state authorization is its interdepartmental function across campus; nearly every aspect of operations is affected or influenced by state authorization issues, from individual academic programs, to financial aid, to institutional accreditation offices.
This webcast will focus on sharing experiences in managing state authorizations for different types of institutions.
Santa Fe, NM RESOURCES: - Summit Program
Join two experts on access in higher education for a Google Hangout on Air with WCET as we discuss how technology can provide a role in increasing diversity in higher education.
To conform with state authorization regulations, compliance officers organize and track a complex array of information including regulations in each state, programmatic activities in each state, and enrollments in each state.
Savannah, GA Who should attend? The Rendezvous is exclusively for SAN members. The Rendezvous is designed for those who are performing the work of state authorization for their institution in multiple states. You do not have to be registered at the NASASPS Annual Conference to attend the SAN Rendezvous.