An extensive list of curated tweets and resources from the CSUN 2018 Assistive Technology Conference in San Diego. Brought to you by the accessibility and elearning teams at Microassist.
The 2018 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, sponsored by the California State University Northridge Center on Disabilities, is the largest international conference focused on assistive technology. Its goal is to expand the awareness of professionals and introduce newcomers to the disability field.
Below are official conference pages, industry expert interviews, and a growing selection of tweets. We’ll also add as many related resources as we are able to discover. If you would like your presentation content added, please contact us.
NOTE: To see last year’s CSUN tweets and resources, visit our CSUN 2017 Assistive Technology Conference Backchannel.
This year, Microassist is sending four team members to CSUN, including Chief Technology Officer Hiram Kuykendall and Senior Learning Architect Kevin Gumienny, both of whom have sessions. “Accessibility in the News” curator and VP of Sales and Marketing Jack McElaney and Content and Marketing Specialist Vivian Cullipher are also attending and would love to meet you!
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Official CSUN 2018 Conference Pages
- Main Conference Page
- Program Overview Page
- Pre-Conference Workshops
- Registration Information
- Conference Sessions
CSUN 2018 Interviews
Content and Marketing Specialist Vivian Cullipher interviewed several notable accessibility experts while at the conference. Interviews below, and more are coming!
- CSUN 2018 Accessibility Interview: Denis Boudreau
- CSUN 2018 Accessibility Interview: Rebecca Cagle
- CSUN 2018 Accessibility Interview: Amy Bernal
CSUN 2018 Conference Curated Tweets
Unable to attend the conference? Our team will be updating and curating notable tweets from the conference below.
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