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Window-Eyes for Users of Microsoft Office TownHall Meeting
Announcement of Town Hall Meeting - Follow up to: GW Micro Announces Global Window-Eyes Initiative for users of Microsoft Office!
Music for All with Open Source Software
Did you know that Louis Braille, who invented the language that allows blind people to read by touch, was an organist and cellist, and therefore also created a Braille language for reading music? Despite that, less than 1% of the repertoire is available for blind musicians, and what exists is hard to find, expensive, and requires complicated (and expensive) software to use.
See what happens when open sources, and music meet accessibility!
AccessU at CSUN
Sharron Rush, Executive Director of Knowbility Inc., presents a full day of AccessU training at the 29th CSUN Conference !
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!
GLOBAL COMPETITION SEEKS WEB PROS AND NONPROFIT ORGS TO MAKE THE WEB MORE ACCESSIBLE TO PEOPLE WIT
Award winning community collaboration matches IT professionals, advocacy and arts organizations, and web accessibility experts to build a fully inclusive Web.
John Slatin AccessU 2014 dates announced!
Save the date! John Slatin AccessU will be coming back to St. Edwards from May 12th - 14th, 2014 and AccessU Post conference on May 14th - stay tuned for registration information, speakers, and more!
2014 Dewey Winburne and Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) awards ceremony
Come honor The 2013 AIR award winners and the Digital Do-Gooders: at this year's Dewey Winburne Community Service Awards | !
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.