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CSUN Conference 2015 Call for Papers!
The Center on Disabilities at California State University, Northridge is pleased to announce that the General Call for Papers for the 30th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference opens next week.
Improving the Accessibility of Social Media in Government
Office of the Governor Rick Perry Committee on People with Disabilities, today shared a Toolkit for making social media accessible to people with disabilities.
OpenAIR 2014 registration has launched!
Jessica Looney Knowbility's Community Programs manager is taking charge of this year's OpenAIR. Contact Jessica at (512) 305-0311 or email her firstname.lastname@example.org and sign up for OpenAIR today!
AccessWorks Adds Video Captioning to Repertoire
In addition to document remediation and user experience testing, Knowbility’s AccessWorkers are now doing video captioning and audio description as part of our AccessWorks offerings. AccessWorks employs people with disabilities as PDF compliance experts and web accessibility testers. AccessWorkers are in San Antonio, Dallas and Austin. We planning to add more workers as the jobs keep rolling in!
Rackspace Developer blogs about his experience as a part of OpenAIR
Check out Rackspace developer and OpenAir team member Emmanuel Ankutse blog post about his experience at the 2013 OpenAir hackathon.
Knowbility and Environments for Humans Partner to Produce AccessU Summit Online
Back by popular demand is the AccessU Summit Online, produced by Environments for Humans as part of their popular online Summit series. That means there are now two ways to attend John Slatin AccessU – in person for three days or online on May 12th!
Richard Schwerdtfeger announced as Program Chair for OpenAIR 2014
Rich Schwertdfeger announced as program Chair for OpenAIR 2014 - 2015
The Year in Review
Hi, it’s Sharron Rush here sending season’s greetings and warm wishes for the holidays on behalf of all of us at Knowbility. What a year it has been for us and for the field of accessibility! I hope you will take a minute to hear what we have been up to and donate in support of our work.