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Events

9:30 am, Statler Hall
Explore AI and other new technologies with faculty, staff, researchers, and student participants from Cornell, Cornell Tech, and Weill Cornell Medicine in a free, full-day symposium to be held in Statler and online, May 29 2024.
9:00 am
This 2-day course enables participants to create complex visualizations and to combine them into interactive dashboards to share with others using Tableau Desktop.
9:00 am
This workshop is for beginners wanting to learn some tips to help make online learning easier to navigate. We will demonstrate how to log in and navigate many of the free online learning options available to active Faculty, Staff, and Students.
10:30 am
This training is for Cornell faculty, staff, and student employees who will be adding content to the student-facing website, Experience Cornell.
1:00 pm
The Web Accessibility team will be holding a monthly Web Accessibility Office Hour on the first Thursday of every month at 1 pm. This will be an open meeting where anyone can stop in at any time throughout the hour to ask web accessibility questions.
1:00 pm
This 1-hour course discusses ways that non-developer content creators can make their contributions more accessible. Participants will learn about adding accessible structure using the rich text editor and be introduced to a few simple tools and methods for testing content for accessibility.
1:00 pm
This 1-hour course discusses ways that non-developer content creators can make their contributions more accessible. Participants will learn about making images accessible through the use of appropriate text alternatives, how to handle images or text, and how to make complex images accessible.
8:30 am
This class assumes that you have some experience with VMware vSphere (any version). Attendees should also have user, operator or administrator experience on common operating systems such as Microsoft Windows, Linux™, Mac OS/X, etc.
11:00 am
This 1-hour course introduces participants to automated tools that help with web accessibility testing, including the Custom Development WCAG Checklist spreadsheet for recording test findings. Automated tools demonstrated include Siteimprove, WAVE, Deque’s Axe, and ANDI.
11:00 am
This 1-hour course introduces participants to the manual testing techniques that complement the automated testing tools discussed in Digital Accessibility Testing I, including color contrast testing, keyboard checks, text resizing, and multimedia checks.

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