Writing for the forthcoming book, Teaching Accessible Computing, is underway. The editorial team, including Amy J. Ko, Richard Ladner, and doctoral student Alannah Oleson have structured the writing in three phases during the 2022-23 academic year. The first phase includes chapters on accessibility foundations, graphics, web development, computer vision, and software engineering, and will include a period of feedback. Phase 2 kicks off in January, and will include chapters on accessible teaching, introductory CS courses, data structures, and several other elective topics. The third and final phase will be next summer and end with typesetting and publishing. Overall, the book will have nearly 20 chapters by more than 20 authors from across academia and industry. We’re very excited to share the work after this year!
If you’re interested in contributing a chapter, or just participating in reviewing chapters prior to publishing the first edition, let us know in our online form.