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Trainings and videos

There are tons of great talks and videos about accessibility online. This is a collection of training and videos we found useful.

W3C - Digital Accessibility Foundations Free Online Course

A free, self-paced training course designed for technical and non-technical audiences, including developers, designers, content authors, and project/product managers. Explore the course overview and syllabus on or enroll in the course directly on edX.

#ID24 2016: The Web Accessibility Basics w/ Marco Zehe

18F Design Presents: Aaron Gustafson

Crossing Over: Bringing Mobile Innovations to Accessibility #a11yMTL

Accessible SVG Data Visualization

Derek Featherstone: Accessibility is a Design Tool

18F Accessibility

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