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ADA Title II Revisions: What You Need to Know

Thursday, July 25th at 2 PM ET

This webinar will provide an overview of the new legal requirements and explore their implications for universities and colleges. Learn strategies to ensure compliance and enhance your institution’s accessibility efforts in this evolving legal landscape.

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Registration Info:

You will receive a confirmation email with details for logging into the webinar. This webinar will be hosted on Thursday, July 25th from 2 pm - 3 pm ET. Convert your time zoneThis webinar will be recorded and available for replay.

Accessibility Info:

3Play Media is committed to creating an inclusive and accessible virtual event for all participants. We will provide live captioning and ASL interpretation for this webinar. For questions about other accommodations or needs, please contact webinars@3playmedia.com.

About the Speakers:

Ken Nakata

Ken Nakata (he/him)

Principal, Converge Accessibility

Ken Nakata is a former Senior Trial Attorney with the U.S. Justice Department's Disability Rights Section. He developed nationwide ADA policies for the internet, was awarded the Attorney General's Award for Excellence in Information Technology by Attorney General Janet Reno, served as lead counsel for the interagency working group making the Federal government's information technology accessible to people with disabilities (pursuant to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act), and represented the United States many times in litigation in Federal courts.

Ken is a frequent lecturer and he is sought after by major international accessibility conferences separately for his knowledge of law and technology. He has trained teams on the proper coding in HTML for accessibility as well as led continuing legal education (CLE) courses for attorneys on legal defenses in web accessibility cases under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California's Unruh Act.

Ken is a Founding and former Board Member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) and currently serves on the IAAP’s Certification Committee. Ken is admitted to the bars of New York, Washington, and the District of Columbia and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He also received his undergraduate degree in mathematics from the Johns Hopkins University. He is also certified as a privacy professional with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Principals (CPACP) with the IAAP, and a Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform.