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  1. Shout Out To All OpenAIR Mentors!

    by Divya Mulanjur

    The first Accessible Internet Rally in 1998 was a simple competition; volunteers came together and created accessible websites for non-profits, in a single day. Today, OpenAIR is not just about creating accessible websites. It is about imparting advanced accessibility skills and knowledge to web designers. It is about propagating Knowbility’s...

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  2. Thank you, OpenAIR Judges!

    by Divya Mulanjur

    In its 17th year now, Open Accessibility Internet Rally (OpenAIR) has seen tremendous participation from teams all over the world. Every year, the teams are better and the competition, tougher. The teams are also mentored by the best in the field of accessibility, making it even more difficult to pick the...

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  3. Online Training: Make Apps and Sites Accessible to All

    by Bill Corrigan

    Help us create online training that is accessible to people with disabilities and the elderly. Knowbility launched a kickstarter campaign September 26 to raise funds for its next project. More About the Reasons Behind the Campaign Most sites and apps are built by people who haven't included disability as a...

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  4. Rewards for the Kickstarter campaign

    by Bill Corrigan

    Pledge $1 Tweet and Email We will publicly and privately thank you. Pledge $5 or more HIGH FIVE All of the benefits of the $1 pledge. But since you are like 5 times more enthusiastic about our project, we will also throw in a vine video of the team members...

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  5. Jump in! We're recruiting dev teams, nonprofits, advisors and sponsors for OpenAIR

    by John Sweet

    Contact Jessica Looney Knowbility's Community Programs manager at (512) 305-0311 or email her jlooney@knowbility.org to register as a developer, non-profit or sponsor for OpenAIR 2014! The Accessibility Internet Rally is a international, community hackathon with a unique twist – accessibility! Open-AIR increases awareness of the tools and techniques that make...

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