The aim of this webinar is to introduce EPs (and others) to important concepts around accessibility on the web, given that psychologists are creating more web content than ever before. This has particularly been the case since the start of covid restrictions in March 2020.
This is important for Psychology Services as:
People may not have a choice when using a public sector website or mobile app, so it’s important they work for everyone. The people who need them the most are often the people who find them hardest to use.
(Gov.uk, 2018, Understanding accessibility requirements)
This webinar is for anyone creating content for the web. For example,
By the end of this webinar you will be able to
Richard is digital lead for edpsy. He has worked in web and digital for 20 years, supporting LAs, councils, charities and government to enhance the experience for their users and clients. Richard has run training for over 100 organisations. He has spoken as sector conferences including IWMW, DigiFest as well as speaking at TedX Jisc.
Dan is the founder of edpsy, an online magazine for EPs that now has a global reach. He is passionate about communicating educational psychology and making psychology accessible. He has contributed to print, radio and TV media and run trainings supporting EPs to think about dissemination, communication and social media.
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