October 30, 2020 — You know your website should be accessible, but how can you achieve that? This session will get you started creating content that is available to all. I’ll review how to layout content on a web page so that it can be read by assistive technology, guidelines to creating sentences and paragraphs that are accessible, and how to include images, charts and infographics in a way that transmits information to those with sight impairments and reading challenges. I’ll also show you how you can include downloadable documents on your website. Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDFs all can be accessible.
October 8, 2017 — WordPress.COM (as opposed to WordPress.ORG) is for those who want to concentrate on their blog or website and not worry about maintenance and security updates. This workshop is led by Lydia Rogers to get started on your website or blog.
August 3, 2015 — Want more “eyeballs” on your website? How about more eardrums? Would you like more people visiting your website? Right now you have visitors looking at the screen on their desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. How about gaining visitors who are driving their cars? Relax! There’s a safe way to get those web visitors – via podcasts.