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ATI provides several alternatives for helping and supporting faculty and staff achieve accessibility: In-office accessibility support and assessments (ATI-FITS), hands-on workshops, and one-on-one consulting with Studio 6 Instructional Designers.
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ATI – FITS is a program available to faculty who want personalized one-on-one support with enhancing the accessibility of their instructional materials. This program provides one-on-one training and/or support in creating accessible instructional materials (web sites, Word documents, Power Point presentations, Excel spreadsheet, and PDF documents), as well as an accessibility review of existing materials.
To take advantage of the ATI-FITS program, contact Carol Heins-Gonzales at (909) 979-6457.
When you call, be prepared to:
Within 24 hours, you will be contacted to formalize your personal appointment time. During your appointment, an ATI student assistant will review the results of any accessibility assessments as well as provide training and support in improving accessibility.
We often work with CIS 466 project teams to assist with defined projects such as website evaluations and assessments. We are currently looking for a team to assist with the design and deplopyment of HiSoftware Compliance Sherrif.
Studio 6 provides one-on-one assistance anytime with web page development, scanning, uploading/downloading files, digital video capturing and editing, graphics preparation, accessible documents or eLearning tools.
CIS 466 Project Teams have often helped us with defined projects including website assessments. We are currently looking for a project team to help with our HiSoftware Compliance Sherrif.
Group training and workshops are available for creating accessible materials. The workshop schedule is available at: http://www.csupomona.edu/~accessibility/workshops.shtml.
You can register for the Accessibility Workshops at the I&IT Learning Workshop registration web site at: http://www.csupomona.edu/~iit/learning/workshops_flash.shtml