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Check out our upcoming webinars with accessibility, edtech and industry experts from around the world.

  • Department of Education digital accessibility audits: The importance of being proactive


    With the U.S. Department of Education conducting digital accessibility compliance reviews, we created this useful webinar to shed more light on why the audits are taking place and the importance of constantly improving when it comes to accessibility in K-12 and Higher Education.

    Join our host, Ruth Ziolkowski, Senior Vice President Partnerships at Texthelp, and her expert panel of guests on December 16th at 1pm EST, as they lift the lid on all things accessibility and compliance.


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  • DE&I Webinar: Recruiting and Retaining Neurodivergent Talent


    We live in a diverse society and successful organizations are increasingly recognizing the benefits it can bring. Embracing and supporting diversity, including neurodiversity, can help organizations reach and attract staff from a wider talent pool, with new ways of thinking and problem-solving emerging as a result.

    In this webinar, you'll hear from a panel of leading inclusion experts. They’ll discuss the importance and value of recruiting and retaining neurodivergent talent, and how to do it.

    Whether you're already leading the way for disability inclusion, or are just at the beginning of the journey this webinar can benefit you.


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  • Roundtable discussion: Are words holding you back?


    We recently commissioned a national survey with Australian adults to see how they rated their literacy skills. We know from talking to people in education and in workplaces that adult literacy is an area where improvements need to happen. We decided to find out the scale of the issue. Think of it as a report card for the nation.


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  • OrbitNote, Read&Write, and Equatio: Texthelp’s Digital Classroom Trifecta


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  • DSA Connect: How to support different learning needs


    For students who qualify for the Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) getting the right type of support makes a lifetime of difference.

    We know how hard DSA Assessors, Disability Advisors and Educators work to support students. But understanding their different learning needs isn’t always easy. Knowing which support tools will help can be even trickier. We want to help.


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  • Shake Up Inclusive Learning: Kasey Bell & Mike Marotta discuss a student-centered future



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