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ACTCP Partners with Corada

Tuesday, February 2, 2016   (1 Comments)
Posted by: Mike Edwards
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The ACTCP has partnered with Corada to bring you an exciting new benefit that we hope will enhance your experience as you earn your certification.

 

Corada, the  Comprehensive Online Resource for the Americans with Disabilities Act, offers a massive online database that connects ADA requirements and official technical assistance materials developed by the Department of Justice and the Department of Transportation, and the Access Board, to other relevant information such as products, how-to videos, expert opinions, design ideas, possible solutions, training opportunities, and upcoming events. Corada also hosts “Voices,” an interactive place for occasional and regular users to discuss, share, collaborate and learn about accessibility.

 

As a benefit of membership in the ACTCP Program, the Great Plains ADA Center is offering all ACTCP members a one year Premium level subscription to Corada and your choice of one of Evan Terry Associates’ pocket guide titles, in the new PDF-download version.

 

Here is how to access your new Corada subscription.

 

New Corada User: How to sign up for your complimentary subscription and pocket guide

Welcome! As a new Corada user, simply click here.

1.     Enter your name and email address; then create and confirm a password of your choice and click the “Submit” button.

2.     Next, you will select if you are a member of any of Corada’s partnering associations. Select all that apply. For example, for ACTCP membership, click the toggle to say “Yes” and enter your membership ID. Click the “Submit” button.

3.     Next, you will see the opportunity to select your complimentary PDF pocket guide. The titles available are:

a.     Pocket Guide to the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design

b.    Pocket Guide to the 2013 California Standards for Accessible Design

c.     Pocket Guide to the 2012 FACBC (Florida)

d.    Pocket Guide to the ABA Accessibility Standards for GSA Facilities

e.     Pocket Guide to the 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards (coming in 2016!)

4.     No payment is required, but you must click “Okay!” to confirm your subscription.

 

Existing Corada User: How to add your ACTCP membership to your user account and select your complimentary pocket guide

Thank you for being a Corada user! To add your ACTCP membership information and select your pocket guide, just follow these steps:

1.     Login to Corada and go to the “User Account” button. Click on “Settings.”

2.     Scroll down to “Subscription” and click “Add Association/Event.”

3.     Next, you will select if you are a member of any of Corada’s partnering associations. Select all that apply. For example, for ACTCP membership, click the toggle to say “Yes” and enter your membership ID. Click the “Submit” button.

4.     Next, you will see the opportunity to select your complimentary PDF pocket guide. The titles available are:

a.     Pocket Guide to the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design

b.    Pocket Guide to the 2013 California Standards for Accessible Design

c.     Pocket Guide to the 2012 FACBC (Florida)

d.    Pocket Guide to the ABA Accessibility Standards for GSA Facilities

e.     Pocket Guide to the 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards (coming in 2016!)

5.     No payment is required, but you must click “Okay!” to confirm your updated settings.

 

And if you are already a Corada user with a paid subscription, you will receive an account credit in the amount the organization paid for bulk subscriptions. For example, if the organization paid $7 for each subscription, you will receive a $7 credit.

 

Account credit may be used toward the cost of an upgrade to Accessibility Specialist level access; or, if you already have an Accessibility Specialist level subscription, you may accumulate your credits until your annual Corada renewal, or request that we process a refund for this amount. Account credit never expires and may always be accessed by going to your “User Account,” and clicking on “Settings.”


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Katharine Thalmann says...
Posted Sunday, May 1, 2016
Where do I find my ACTCP membership id number?

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