When possible, members of the UC community should increase their understanding of electronic accessibility through specific training for IT professionals or conferences for broader audiences. The resources listed here are well respected in the field.

Accessing Higher Ground Link

Conference

This conference is intended for individuals who design and/or provide accessible web, media, information resources and technology.

Accessible Learning Conference – Michigan State University Link

Conference

This annual conference explores accessibility as a social justice issue and promotes practical, effective solutions for work and scholarship.

Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Link

Conference

This annual conference features educational sessions and a showcase of companies and organizations that provide assistive technologies for people with disabilities.

CSUN International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference Link

Conference

This annual conference allows participants to share knowledge and best practices in assistive technology.

ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium Link

conference

This annual conference explores mobile testing, 508 revision, and more.

Knowbility Link

Training and conference

This nonprofit organization seeks to promote the use and availability of accessible technologies. Knowbility offers customized training services and also runs AccessU, an annual accessibility conference held in Austin, Texas.

Knowbility AccessU Conference Link

M-Enabling Summit Link

CONFERENCE

This annual conference promotes accessible and assistive technology for senior citizens and users of all abilities.

Simply Accessible Link

Training

Simply Accessible offers accessibility training and consulting services.

Video Training

training

Training for web developers on using Javascript and creating accessible forms. Available to UC personnel only.

WebAIM Link

Training

WebAIM offers accessibility training and consulting services.