EdTech Speaks show

EdTech Speaks

Summary: Welcome to EdTech Speaks, a podcast bringing guests together to share their expertise and advice on navigating business and education in a technology driven world. From entrepreneurs to vendors, higher education to corporate leaders, we’ll uncover their perspective regarding the latest trends and technologies impacting your career or business. Got a question? EdTech Speaks! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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 000: Introduction by Sher Downing, your podcast host | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 2:32

Welcome to EdTech Speaks, a podcast bringing guests together to share their expertise and advice on navigating business and education in a technology driven world. From entrepreneurs to vendors, higher education to corporate leaders, we’ll uncover their perspective regarding the latest trends and technologies impacting your career or business.I’m your host Sher Downing. I began my consulting firm, Downing EdTech, with the tag line “where people & technology connect” because I truly believe with the right strategy, results in your business and education can be impactful, progressive, and of value. I'm now ready to interview those who have new products in the EdTech space, end users who have experience testing products, and those who understand the balance between people and technology.Listen in on your favorite platform! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 001: ADA Compliance with Stacey Turmel, Esq. | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 33:32

In our very first episode of the EdTech Speaks podcast, we interview Stacey Turmel, Esq. Stacey is a highly-experienced litigation attorney, advising businesses and organizations on costly compliance gaps under state and federal law including disaster loan compliance and website compliance. She considers herself a creative legal strategist with extensive experience in complex litigation management, business risk evaluation and mitigation along with web accessibility.Her parting words really struck home, "...do not think that your accessibility or website compliance is dependent on your opinion of whether or not a blind or visually impaired person will use your product. That's not the basis of the test of the law."Learn more and connect with Stacey here:www.theinternetisforeveryone.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/staceyturmel/https://twitter.com/StaceyTurmel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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