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Accessibility Training

Produced and created by the Office of Marketing Communications at Wheaton College, this course is a continuation of basic TerminalFour training. Search and Accessibility options are basic functions that any website should have to be responsible and thoughtful for the general public. Wheaton College strives to welcoming to everyone who visits whether that be virtual or physical. This course is a prerequisite for receiving and maintaining a TerminalFour account.

About This Course

Search and accessibility are multi-faceted issues for our website. They are actually very intertwined. We want people to be able to easily find the Wheaton College website, and then when our visitors get there, we want them to be able to access as much of the information as possible. Even if someone is visually impaired, has hearing loss, or has an issue with mobility. By adopting best practices for working with our web content, we can achieve success in both areas. The following Course has been produced by the office of Marketing Communications at Wheaton College. The Course is a requirement for all TerminalFour users and is a prerequisite for receiving and maintaining a TerminalFour account. Thank you for your time and commitment to making the Wheaton College website the best that it can be. Include your long course description here.

Les Barker

Les Barker is a member of the Web Team in the office of Marketing Communications. He has worked at Wheaton College since 1999, and on the Web Team since 2002. Les is responsible for training people in the use of TerminalFour and supporting them in their efforts to tell the story of Wheaton well.

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