The ADA Audio Conference Series provides in-depth information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This program is designed to enhance an individual's existing knowledge
base or facilitate continued learning regarding regulations and trends under the ADA.
Next Session: ADA Enforcement and Steps You Can Take Before You File an ADA Complaint
9/20/2022 - 2:00 PM EST
Archive: Health Care Access for Patients with Cognitive Disabilities
A quarterly program to ask an ADA Professional questions on select topics. The ADA Professionals who will be featured during this series will
be drawn from the technical assistance staff within the 10 Centers that comprise the ADA National Network. The sessions are 60-minutes in length.
Users can submit questions via the website after they register for a session.
Next Session: Ask an ADA Professional Questions RE: Post-Secondary Education and the ADA
10/12/2022 - 2:00 PM EST
Archive: Ask an ADA Professional Question RE: Communication Requirements under the ADA
ADA Legal Webinar Series is designed for individuals who have a working knowledge of the ADA and are familiar with its basic elements. Sessions are intended to support continued
learning and focus on the knowledge that has been gained since the implementation of the law in terms of how the federal agencies and the courts are interpreting the law and
Next Session: The Supreme Court’s Olmstead Decision and Its Far-Reaching Impact on People with...
9/21/2022 - 2:00 PM EST
Archive: Managed by a Robot or Microchip? A Legal Overview of Disability Discrimination C...
Accessible Technology Webinar Series goal is to increase awareness of technology accessibility for people with disabilities in areas such as electronic information and how
communications technology can work to provide equal access to the workplace and social media.
No sessions available
Archive: Accessible Social Media 2.0 (Co-listed with ADA Audio Conference Series)
This series of webinars will address a variety of issues associated with ensuring federal agencies have the knowledge they need to meet their obligations under Section 508.
The series is co-sponsored by the Accessibility Committee of the CIO Council, the U. S. Access Board, and eFedLink/ODEP. The sessions are 90 minutes in length. Real-Time
captioning and Video Sign Language Interpreter are available for each session and will be broadcast via the webinar platform. A telephone option for receiving audio is
also available (non-toll free number).
Next Session: Building a Successful Document Accessibility Program: Strategies, Methods, and W...
9/27/2022 - 1:00 PM EST
Archive: 7/26/2022 - ICT Guidance for Implementing Accessibility into DEIA Plans in the Federal Workf...
The Arts-n-Rec Webinar Series is designed to enhance an individual’s knowledge on ADA issues addressing the arts world
(e.g., performance, museums, zoos, exhibitions, concerts, fairs, etc.) and indoor and outdoor recreation activities
(e.g., sports, camps and classes, fishing, hiking, camping, races/marathons, etc.).
No sessions available
The Great Lakes ADA Center now offers self-paced webinars approved for Continuing Education Credits which have been approved for 1.5
contact hours for AIA HSW and Great Lakes ADA Center’s Certificate of Attendance. Due to the verification process,
the criteria to earn Continuing Education credit requires that you view the entire webinar in addition to completing
the Pre- and Post-Test in one continuous sitting. If you stop at anytime, whether during the video or in a test, you must start the process again.