Brianna Blaser, AccessComputing Staff
A screenshot of the AccessCSforAll 2018 STEM for All Video Showcase submission

For the fourth year, AccessCSforAll participated in the STEM for All Video Showcase. The Showcase, which ran from May 14-21, highlighted work being done by federally-funded programs to transform STEM education. This year, the AccessCSforAll submission will bring attention to including students with disabilities in K-12 computer science education by showing a blind student programming a robot using Blocks4All. Blocks4All, developed by University of Washington Computer Science and Engineering graduate student Lauren Milne, explores techniques to make block-based programming accessible to students who are blind or low vision.

Last year’s AccessCSforAll video Quorum: An Accessible Programming Language won a Facilitator’s Choice award.

Check out the disability related videos from previous years here.