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Language Connections: Tips to Create, Maintain, and Present Non-English Digital Content

This webinar will include ideas, resources, andhttps://archive.ada.gov/telehealth_guidance.pdf examples of how you can improve access to your websites and digital services for people who are limited English proficient (LEP).  View the slides (PowerPoint, 3.1 MB, 20 pages).

The presentation is based on the new guide, Improving Access to Public Websites and Digital Services for Limited English Proficient (LEP) Persons (PDF, 2.5 MB, 17 pages), created by the LEP subcommittee of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 interagency working group.

This talk is co-hosted by Digital.gov, the Multilingual Community of Practice, and the Web Managers Community of Practice.

The Multilingual CoP is a group of federal, state, and local government digital professionals working to expand and improve digital content in languages other than English.

The Web Managers CoP is a community of government employees who share ideas, challenges, lessons learned, and best practices in managing the content of government websites.