jess.thompson at sbctc.edu
Fri Feb 2 10:59:28 PST 2018
Ok, notes from HRMC: -- not all related to our models, but...
* Question about who's liable when a vendor's product isn't accessible
* Request for language to add to job descriptions (Whatcom offered to share)
* Question about how to integrate training into on-boarding - asked full group if anyone did that (no response)
* Question about how many folks would staff an Accessible Tech Service Center
* Question about how to get a read on what tech folks (mainly faculty) are using when it's free and therefore not part of the purchasing process, how do we overcome not knowing what's in use?
* Comment from Walla Walla: as a small school, the Service Center appeals because their folks are already wearing multiple hats and it doesn't seem feasible to have someone who could dedicate time to becoming a trusted tester - and concern around when someone with that expertise leave, the knowledge goes with them - would prefer a spot that they could call on for input, resources, etc.
I think that's all of the questions/comments.
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Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges
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