AccessINCLUDES, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), links to the NSF INCLUDES Network by sharing knowledge and results from other NSF disability-focused projects and their network organizations in order to make the INCLUDES Network better prepared to
- address disability-related issues in their research (e.g., design interventions to be accessible; recruit, support, and report outcomes for participants with disabilities);
- make meetings, trainings, courses, and other project activities welcoming and accessible to individuals with disabilities;
- design project resources and products to be accessible to individuals with disabilities; and
- develop durable, new collaborations between multiple stakeholders and organizations that lead to future innovative projects and resources that are inclusive of individuals with disabilities.
Join our Community of Practice (CoP)
Broadening Participation CoP members share common interests and help each other improve practices surrounding inclusion, accessibility, and people with disabilities.
Read Proceedings from the 2019 AccessINCLUDES Conference
The Accessibility and Disability in the INCLUDES National Network Conference was held February 20-22, 2019 in Seattle, Washington.
Learn More about our Conference
The AccessINCLUDES Conference brought together INCLUDES projects and other leaders and staff to engage with each other, accessibility/UD experts, and individuals with disabilities to explore how to make research, activities, and resources in the INCLUDES Network welcoming to, accessible to, and usable by all potential project participants, including those with disabilities.
Gain More from ERC-INCLUDES
ERC-INCLUDES promotes the engagement of people with disabilities in NSF-funded Engineering Research Centers (ERCs) and the development of ERC products, websites, facilities, and events that are welcoming and accessible to everyone.
The AccessINCLUDES project is funded by the National Science Foundation (grant #HRD-1834924). Any questions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the federal government.