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ADA Center Accessible Technology: PDF Accessibility: Exploring Tools and Solutions

Hi! This feels appropriate to post here considering the recent focus
on Atril. My... sorry, unhumble, GRIN.. opinion is that Users and
Developers may both have input/feedback and/or could pick up some
useful, universal leaning tidbit or another to help rock progress on
along regarding PDF files and related Linux based packages.

For ease of forwarding, the original email is attached in its entirety
just below my email signature.

#ThankYou all for all the great work you do!

Cindy :)
Cindy-Sue Causey
Talking Rock, Pickens County, Georgia, USA

* runs with fave keywords like.. usability.. UX... a11y *

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Diaz, Claudia" <cdiaz3@uic.edu>
Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2018 15:39:44 +0000
Subject: Register for the upcoming Accessible Technology Session which
will focus on PDF Accessibility: A Deeper Dive - Exploring Tools and

The Great Lakes ADA Center in collaboration with the ADA National
Network is hosting the January session of the Accessible Technology
Webinar Series on Thursday, January 18, 2018.

Title:   PDF Accessibility: A Deeper Dive - Exploring Tools and Solutions

This session is Part II of the PDF exploration started in November
2017. The webinar will demonstration tools that were discussed in the
previous webinar [0] and discuss further forms and tables. Design,
Layout, Tab Order, and other issues and solutions using Adobe Acrobat
and Commonlook PDF GlobalAccess will be discussed.

Tools to be demonstrated include:
*        Adobe Acrobat (checker)
*        PAC-2 (checker)
*        CommonLook Validator (checker)

Speaker:  Paul Rayius, Training Manager, CommonLook

Date:   January 18, 2018

Time:   2:00 pm-3:30 pm ET (verify the time zone where you will be
connecting from for start time)

The session will be real-time captioned via the webinar platform.

A toll free telephone # is available for audio or audio can be
received via the webinar platform.   Visuals will be projected via the
webinar platform.   A question and answer period will follow the

To register for this free session go to www.ada-accessibletech.org
<http://www.ada-accessibletech.org>     If you have an account with
our system login and proceed with registration.  If you don't have an
account you will be required to establish one to finalize

A reminder email will be sent out prior to the session and handout
materials, link and telephone # will be available on the website under
your account the day of the session.

Questions should be directed to webinars@ada-audio.org
<mailto:webinars@ada-audio.org> or by calling 877-232-1990 (V/TTY) or
videophone # 312-767-0377 between the hours of 8am-5:00pm CT M-F.

[0] This is *possibly* the previous webinar they're referencing

PDF Accessibility: Regulations, Risks, and Strategies; 2017.11.16

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