The representatives from Israel smile at the camera.

The following are resources from the organizations within this partnership and collaborators who attended the symposium.

Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology

The DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) Center is dedicated to empowering people with disabilities through technology and education. It promotes awareness and accessibility—in both the classroom and the workplace—to maximize the potential of individuals with disabilities and make our communities more vibrant, diverse, and inclusive.

Adaptech Research Network

This Network consists of a team of academics, students and consumers. Adaptech conducts research involving college and university students with a variety of disabilities in Canada. Adaptech is based at Dawson College in Montreal and has been in existence since 1996.

Securing Greater Accessibility

A program of work embedding accessibility for disabled students into the curriculum at The Open University, UK. The work includes an Accessibility Referrals Panel, and training for Faculty Accessibility Specialists.

Additional Resources provided by Jonathan Lazar

Making the Field of Computing More Inclusive: Article published in Communications of the ACM about making the field of computing more inclusive for people with disabilities. Plus an additional video on Youtube.

Jonathan Lazar: Locked Out - Investigating Societal Discrimination against People with Disabilities Due to Inaccessible Websites (video).

Lazar, J., Goldstein, D. F., & Taylor, A. (2015). Ensuring digital accessibility through process and policy. Amsterdam; Boston: Morgan Kaufmann Elsevier.

Lazar, J., Stein, M. A., & Brewer, J. (Eds.). (2017). Disability, human rights, and information technology. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Accessibility in IT Procurement