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.