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Programs

Whether you’re a designer, developer, project manager, administrator, or responsible for online content or development: Classes at John Slatin AccessU teach practical skills you can immediately use. The next AccessU will be held May 12 (pre-conference workshops) and May 13-15, 2020 (full conference).

The Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) is a global web accessibility awareness program. Started by Knowbility in 1998 as a local hackathon in Austin, Texas, the program has evolved into a pioneering teaching and learning competition that puts accessibility and digital inclusion front and center – where it belongs.

AccessWorks is a user panel of people with disabilities maintained by Knowbility for usability testing of websites, mobile apps, and computer applications.

ATSTAR (Assistive Technology: Strategies, Tools, Accommodations & Resources) is an online curriculum designed to improve educational outcomes for students with disabilities by helping teachers learn to use assistive technology in the classroom.

The Knowbility Accessibility Leadership Symposium (KALS) is a dynamic, collaborative symposium of leaders gathered to address leadership issues in digital accessibility.

Fix the Web is a crowdsourcing project allowing users to report accessibility barriers to website owners to encourage a more accessible web.