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hello everyone very warm welcome to you my name is dawn evans i am the coordinator of the access text network if you havent heard of it please check out accesstext.org especially for you disability service providers uh so i am your guest host for todays webinar creating and editing accessible epub all right lets get started so in the last daisy webinar we heard about testing epub for validation and conformance assessing if the epub is well-formed to the standard and if it conforms to the epub accessibility specification but whats the best method of producing epub content to give it the best chance of passing these tests and what do you do if the tests dont pass so in todays webinar our experts will explore the options and processes to guide you on a path to creating accessible epub we have lots to cover so ill hand over to our panel and ask them to introduce themselves hi everyone my name is amit burma i do trainings on indesign to me also to also cover creating accessible eboo