See You at CSUN!
POST-CONFERENCE UPDATE: We’ve created a “backchannel” page of resources, selected tweets, and official event links. Visit our CSUN 2017 Assistive Technology Conference Backchannel to review conference happenings or get a sampling of what others learned. If you find it helpful, please link to it and share with your networks.
Microassist is sending three of its top team members to the nation’s premiere accessible technology event, the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference in San Diego.
From February 27 to March 4, Chief Technology Officer Hiram Kuykendall, VP of Sales and Marketing Jack McElaney, and Senior Learning Architect Kevin Gumienny will attend plenty of CSUN workshops and sessions. They’re also meeting with technologists, elearning experts, advocates, implementers, users, and vendors.
Whether or not you make it to CSUN, follow and engage with us at @Microassist via Twitter during the event. We have also curated tweets from #CSUNATC17. If you’re there, let us know, and we’ll do our best to connect in person.
Microassist Accessibility Publications
For the convenience of our fellow CSUN attendees and fans, here are some excellent accessibility publications written by these esteemed team members.
- Section 508 Refresh: How WCAG Impacts Federal Website Accessibility Requirements, by Hiram Kuykendall (Published in Lexis Legal News, 2/10/17)
- Successful Remediation Strategies for Websites Facing Accessibility Litigation, by Hiram Kuykendall (Published in Lexis Legal News, 11/14/16)
- The Berkeley Web Accessibility Ruling—What It Means for Online Education, by Kevin Gumienny (Published in Lexis Legal News, 10/14/16)
- Creating Accessible Elearning, by Kevin Gumienny (Learning Dispatch commentary)
- Website Accessibility Litigation: What Business Owners Need to Know, by Hiram Kuykendall (Published in Lexis Legal News, 4/18/16)
Also, don’t miss our popular Accessibility in the News feature, curated weekly by Jack McElaney. Use the form below to subscribe to the email version to receive it as soon as possible, and get information on training and resources from leaders in the field.
We look forward to seeing you!
Photo credit: Flickr, Vanessa Vancour, CC 2.0