Infosandwich: Evaluating a Vendor's VPAT
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About The Event
Choosing a tech vendor should always involve evaluating its Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT). An incomplete or outdated version could leave your institution open to complaints for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act. Join Amy Salmon, Senior Accessibility Consultant at Level Access and RedShelf’s Sr. Director of Digital Accessibility, Erin Lucas to discuss what to look for in a vendor’s VPAT to reduce your legal exposure and ensure equal access to technology on campus.
This session is part of RedShelf Connections, a unique program series aimed at building connections and increasing exposure to experts from inside and outside the industry—to help you move forward to your vision of the future of course materials on your campus.