• CSForAll Consortium, October 24, 2017
    This community call features AccessCSForAll and exploring issues facing teachers and students with accessibility needs, including data on disabilities in K-12; introduces the basics of the Quorum Language; and shares resources and stories from the classroom.
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  • CS10K Community, June, 7, 2015
    Computer science opens doors for all kinds of students! With simple strategy, we can increase the successful participation of students with disabilities in the Exploring Computer Science (ECS) and Computer Science Principles (CSP) courses. Richard Ladner presents teaching strategies to include students with disabilities in computing classes and describes tools and curricula to help make that possible.

  • CSforALL Summit, October 10, 2018
    105 organizations signed the CSforALL Accessibility pledge and will work collaboratively to ensure that their CS education tools, programs, research and initiatives are fully inclusive of students with disabilities, and accessibility is considered during the development phase for new efforts.

  • Equal Access to Software and Information (EASI), April 21, 2015
    This presentation describes two online courses that prepare faculty to provide accessible online content for their students. More resources from this webinar can be found on the EASI website.

  • CSforALL Summit, October 10, 2018
    Panelists Jennifer Rodriguez, PBS; Beth Rosenberg, Tech Kids Unlimited; and Emmanuel Schanzer, Bootstrap discuss with moderator Andreas Stefik, University of Nevada Las Vegas/AccessCSforALL ways they've made their CS programming accessible to students with disabilities.

  • DIAGRAM Center, March 15, 2017 
    Learn about the current K-12 computer science landscape, challenges in the field, especially regarding coding accessibility, and how inclusive design is making computer science more accessible while also contributing to the overall born accessible movement.
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  • National Girls Collaborative Project, June 5, 2012
    A fully accessible website is one in which all visitors, with or without disabilities, using a variety of devices, can easily find the information they're looking for and access all the features of the site. Learn some basic steps they can take to assess whether your website might be excluding particular groups of people. No prior knowledge is required.
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  • EDUCAUSE, November 20, 2013
    This webinar featured CIOs and accessibility experts sharing strategies and solutions for improving IT accessibility on higher education campuses.
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  • Equal Access to Software and Information (EASI), February 13, 2014
    Learn about opportunities in computing and IT academic programs and career fields that can be pursued by students with disabilities. Hear about success stories, promising practices, and useful resources. See resources from this webinar on the EASI website.

  • 3 Play Media, April 22, 2015
    Taking a look at various video players, this webinar discusses the current capabilities, known shortcomings, and plans for future development.

  • Equal Access to Software and Information (EASI), January 14, 2014
    Technology accessibility specialist Terrill Thompson shares a few simple steps that anyone can take to improve the accessibility and usability of their websites and electronic documents.
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  • CSForAll Consortium, September 7, 2017
    This webinar explores real life examples, common barriers, and strategies practitioners and educators can use to ensure computer science education learning is meeting the needs of all students, including those who struggle academically or students with disabilities.
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  • Computer Science Collaboration Project, October, 23, 2012
    Learn how universal design has emerged as an approach to ensuring the full inclusion of individuals with disabilities and how it can be applied in educational settings—to instruction, services, technology, and to physical spaces.
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  • Equal Access to Software and Information (EASI), June 13, 2013
    Based on the article Seeking Predictors of Web Accessibility in U.S. Higher Education Institutions, this webinar explores current policies related to web accessibility in higher education.
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