California Community Colleges Information Security Center and Accessibility Center
        

Information Security & Accessibility Workshops: VIRTUAL - June 13-14, 2022

Presented by:
  The CCC Information Security Center & CCC Accessibility Center
 

When

CCC Information Security Workshop
Monday, June 13, 2022

Approximately 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

CCC Accessibility Workshop
Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Approximately 9:00 am - 4:00 pm


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Where

This will be an online-only event. Instructions for attending will be emailed to registrants on June 9, 2022, after registration has closed. To ensure you receive important workshop information, please register using a valid email address and add us to your safe-senders list.

Accessibility & Accommodations


We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. To request an accommodation, interpreter services, or for inquiries about accessibility, please email accessibility@ccctechcenter.org. In order to arrange any necessary services, we request at least four weeks of advance notice.

Event Contacts


Omer Usmani
CCC Information Security Center

ousmani@ccctechcenter.org

Dawn Okinaka
CCC Accessibility Center

accessibility@ccctechcenter.org


Registration Issues:

Sandoval Chagoya
CCC Technology Center

schagoya@ccctechcenter.org

Registration is Open!

We are pleased to announce the 2022 Summer Workshops will be held Monday, June 13, and Tuesday, June 14. The workshops will be held exclusively online.

Registration will be open through June 8.

Presented by the CCC Information Security Center and Accessibility Center, this twice-annual event is packed with information and techniques you can apply to your professional role. Workshop information is geared specifically toward California Community Colleges personnel:

  • IT administrators, managers and specialists
  • IT accessibility specialists
  • Procurement/business services
  • Disability services directors and staff
  • Faculty training and support

At this time, the workshops are open only to CCC personnel and approved partners. CCC personnel: Please register using your college or district email address if you have one. We reserve the right to deny workshop access to any unapproved registrants.


Workshop Agenda: Information Security, June 13, 2022

 
Sessions we are developing include:
 
Hands-on Windows Auditing: On Premise and in the Cloud
Presenter: Larry Suto, Consultant, CCC Technology Center
 
Current Trends in Ransomware
Presenter: Omer Usmani, Security Analyst, CCC Information Security Center
 
Azure Single Sign-on
Presenter: Aamir Khan, Chief Information Security Officer, CCC Information Security Center
 
Security Issues at a College
Presenter: Dan Rojas, Information Systems Security Officer, Santa Monica College
 
Current Trends in Web Attacks
Presenter:
 
Defender for IoT
Protect your organization's transition to the Internet of Things with comprehensive security features.
Presenter: Microsoft
 
Security Department Training for Foreign Exchange Students
Presenter: Danny Gorman, Cyber Security Engineer, Coast Community College District
 
Overview of Security Onion
Presenter: Toan Tran, Information Security Analyst, Coast Community College District
 

The CCC Information Security Center is funded under the Shared Infrastructure Program grant by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office in order to provide information security services, training and technical assistance free of charge to all community colleges, statewide. Visit CCCSecurityCenter.org to learn more.


Workshop Agenda: Accessibility, June 14, 2022

 
9:00-9:15AM - Welcome and Introductions
 
9:15-10:05AM - Navigating Faculty Responsibility for Accessible ICT Materials
An increased focus on closing the equity gaps in student success has brought accessibility to the forefront of current efforts to deliver optimal, supportive online learning environments for students. However, colleges often struggle to balance faculty workload (defined in negotiated bargaining contracts) with the time and expertise required to effectively build accessible learning environments. In this session, two faculty Distance Education Coordinators discuss their campus journeys through this process of ramping up faculty accessibility efforts.
Presenters: Dr. Kandace Knudson, Sacramento City College, and Wendy Riggs, College of the Redwoods
 
10:15-11:05AM Optimizing Accessibility in Excel 365 Workbooks
This session will cover providing alternative text for graphic elements that present content; meeting WCAG requirements for contrast for text and some non-text elements; creating tables with the proper structure; and four keys for creating accessible charts. Participans will also receive an evaluation checklist that identifies how to repair accessibility issues identified through the built-in checker and a manual review.
Presenter:
George Joeckel manages the online training program at WebAIM, located at the Institute for Disability Research Policy & Practice at Utah State University. He has a master's degree in instructional psychology and technology, and over 20 years of teaching experience. He has developed online courses at Utah State since 2008, and he joined the WebAIM team at the end of 2015. The Accessible Documents video-based course launched in July 2018, and over 5,000 participants have enrolled in this independent-study training. George also conducts pre-conference workshops and delivers presentations at national conferences.

11:15AM-12:05PM - Compton College's Accessibility Journey
Accessibility is a huge responsibility where the old saying "It takes a village" definitely applies. As an institution, Compton College has shifted from relying primarily on @ONE’s accessibility training and have partnered with the CCC Accessibility Center to engage the entire campus on how to be more accessible. During this workshop session, we will explore how far we have come and where we would like to go.
Presenter: Dr. Airek Mathews, Distance Education Manager, Compton College

1:00-1:50PM - Social Media Accessibility
Accessibility is a common priority when building websites, but have you considered how individuals with disabilities are engaging with your brand on social media? This workshop will outline the easy practices you can implement to ensure your social media content is accessible for everyone, including disabled users.
Presenter:
Alexa Heinrich is the Social Media Manager for St. Petersburg College (SPC) in Central Florida and the creator of the websites Accessible Social and Social Media Tea. She is a passionate advocate for creating accessible and inclusive content for social media and has given presentations on the subject to brands, organizations, and conferences around the world including Harvard University, John Deere, GoFundMe, and MIT. Alexa was the 2020 recipient of Sprout Social's "Always On" Award and was also named Marketer of the Year in 2021 by the Higher Education Social Media community.

2:00-2:50PM - Equidox
PDF accessibility continues to be a challenge for colleges and institutions as PDFs are popular but can be difficult to make accessible. Accessibility specialists must have the appropriate software applications for document remediation. In this session, we will discuss how Equidox, a web-based application, can assist in much of the remediation process. It now offers several new features that make it simpler for document remediation, yet stay true to the continued goal to meet and exceed WCAG guidelines.
Presenter: Shawn Jordison, Alternate Media and Assistive Technology Specialist, CCC Accessibility Center

3:00-3:30PM - Enable Zoom Automatic Transcription for More Equitable Online Classrooms and Meetings
Zoom has the capability in meetings and webinars you attend or host to have live, automatic transcriptions. This may be used by participants to easily follow the conversations or to meet accessibility requirements. Join us for this 30-minute presentation to learn about options, including what hosts and attendees can do to enable this feature.
Presenter: Tiffiny Hickey, Web Analyst, CCC TechConnect at Palomar College

 
The CCC Accessibility Center is funded under the Shared Infrastructure Program grant by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office in order to provide IT accessibility services, training and technical assistance free of charge to all community colleges, statewide. Visit CCCAccessibility.org to learn more.