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  1. Anne Forrest's story with Knowbility

    by Marine Menier

    I first heard about the great work that Knowbility does through John Slatin, PhD, Sharron’s former co-author on cognitive disability, who was working at the University of Texas Institute of Technology of Learning. I am a PhD economist and was working for a think tank in DC on economy/ environment...

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  2. 19th Annual OpenAIR winners announced

    Knowbility concluded its 19th Annual OpenAIR Competition last Thursday with an awards ceremony and celebration at the Sterling Events Center in Austin. This year the competition added a higher education competition in addition to the industry professional track. Teams were provided accessibility training, access to some of the best accessibility...

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  3. The Future of Digital Accessibility

    by Marine Menier

    Hard work and persistent advocacy have built significant momentum in achieving equal access for people with disabilities to digital opportunities in employment, education, and social interactions. While there is much still to be done, accessibility-focused legislation has spurred progress  in industries such as healthcare, travel, and education. The result is...

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  4. Empathetic Leadership Opens Doors

    by Marine Menier

    Board Chairman Rich Schwerdtfeger will lead Knowbility’s first Accessibility Leadership Symposium in May of 2017. The Symposium aims to address the rapidly changing landscape of digital communications by providing global leaders and executives in accessibility with an opportunity to exchange tactics, discuss challenges, and work on solutions in a collaborative...

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  5. Inclusion and accessibility at the Code for America Summit

    by Robert Jolly

    Last week I was fortunate to attend the Code for America Summit in Oakland where civic-minded technologists, government innovators, and entrepreneurs in the civic space gathered. Representing Knowbility, my aim was to connect with others to learn and share ideas around accessibility and inclusion for delivering government content and services...

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