The InterACT summit can now be viewed online by all, thanks to the fantastic efforts of Environments for Humans (e4h). The event was a book launch celebration for InterACT with Web Standards and featured top notch presentations about
- Learning More Effectively on the Web – Denise Jacobs
- Content Strategy – Glenda Sims
- HTML5 – Chris Mills
- CSS3 – Aarron Walter
- Accessibility – Derek Featherstone
- InterACT in the Classroom – Leslie Jensen-Inman
Every presentation was excellent. A few high points. Glenda Sims presentation on Content Strategy featured innovative slides that set a new standard in what is possible with Powerpoint. Derek Featherstone’s talk garnered the most interest and questions from educators who want specifics about teaching accessibility. Leslie Jensen-Inman knocked it out of the park by explaining how busy and overworked teachers can save themselves time and work with the InterACT book and curriculum.
If you couldn’t attend or get a seat during the original broadcast, take advantage of this terrific opportunity from e4h.
It requires the download and installation of Adobe Connect to view, so allow some time to futz around getting that done if you don’t already have it installed. I couldn’t get the download button to work from the link e4h sends you to, but I found it another way by searching adobe.com.