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  1. Knowbility at the Accessing Higher Ground Conference

    by Eric

    Knowbility is looking forward to participating in Accessing Higher Ground, the "Accessible Media, Web and Technology Conference” in Westminster, Colorado, November 14th–18th.  Web Accessibility Specialist Eric Eggert will conduct two pre-conference workshops as well as regular conference sessions to help developers hone their accessibility skills.  Additionally,  our CEO Sharron Rush,...

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  2. Integrating Accessibility at the Big Design Conference

    by Mmoore

    September 10th found a few members of the Knowbility team -- Community Programs Director, Jessica Looney and CTO, Bobby Brooks -- just north of Dallas for the annual Big Design Conference. Their mission? To educate a room full of 80+ of Texas’s leading user experience, marketers, and web design experts...

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  3. Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) invites conversation at TPAC

    by Sharron

    EOWG co-chairs Sharron Rush and Brent Bakken will be at the W3C Combined Technical Plenary / Advisory Committee Meetings (TPAC) and have offered to host an open forum MeetUp for WAI-IG participants and any others interested in web accessibility. Announcement: WAI-IG Meetup hosted by EOWG at TPAC What: Open Forum...

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  4. ATSTAR Partners with AISD This Fall

    by Marine Menier

    ATSTAR: New opportunity for staff development hours! Knowbility is pleased to announce that Austin Independent School District is the first school system to implement ATSTAR district-wide. This gives educators the option to complete 8 hours of accessibility training for Teacher Professional Development. ATSTAR will be a tool used by the...

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  5. Mission Control: This is OpenAIR Speaking

    by Molly Moore

    With OpenAIR kicking off in the next few months, Knowbility is hard at work putting the final touches on the competition before it officially begins in October. Luckily, OpenAIR is truly a team effort, one that wouldn’t happen without the tremendous help and support from the broader accessibility community, both...

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