Case Study: Focused on Accessibility, Chemeketa Community College Makes the Switch to YuJa Panorama Digital Accessibility Platform

Karen Butterfield
Karen Butterfield
Chemeketa Community College students walking.

Every biennium, the consortium bands together to get licenses for ed-tech tools, apply for grant funding, and more.

As a Digital Accessibility Advocate and Instructional Designer at the institution and a member of the OCCDLA accessibility group, Heather Mariger is actively involved in helping pilot tools, secure licenses, and train others on accessibility best practices. “Some of the OCCDLA institutions are very small and many don’t have an accessibility advocate or a lot of resources,” she explained. “We’re much stronger as a group and we can all help one another.”

Chemeketa was using another accessibility tool, but Mariger shared that her institution and others in the consortium had been experiencing issues with lack of innovation and its customer service.

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