This training will be held virtually via Zoom on August 10 and 11 from 9 am - 11 am, and 1 pm - 3 pm each day. This course is part of the IT Academy, but is open to all and recommended for anyone and everyone at Harvard.
This course provides an overview of digital accessibility and includes a number of activities for which your laptop will be required. This course will cover:
Introduction to accessibility – gain understanding about the meaning, history, and importance of digital accessibility...
During the first part of this program, approximately one hour, we will provide a quick and efficient overview of the key elements to consider when creating an effective resume. The last portion of the session will be an open Q and A to respond to your specific questions about resumes. ...
This course provides an overview of the concepts and concrete steps to create accessible PDFs in Adobe Acrobat Pro. Designing with accessibility in mind improves ease of use and access to your content for everyone.
To ensure a hands-on learning experience in this course, there are a number of activities for which your laptop will be required. Software requirements: Adobe Acrobat Pro DC.
General training from Strategic Procurement’s Contracts Team on how to contract with vendors. Covers general legal concepts, Harvard-specific policies and concerns, and how to use Harvard contracts templates or work with vendor documents. Attendees who complete this course should be able to handle at least basic contracts on their own and know when and how to seek further assistance. Course is designed to be informative for all staff regardless of experience level with vendor contracting.
Web Accessibility for Developers is a training based on 10 Essentials for Developers. Meant as a follow-up to "Digital Accessibility for Content Creators" or another introduction to accessibility, we survey some essentials for developers with code examples, demonstrations, and an emphasis on testing.