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Access to digital communication has never been more important than now in this time of social and civic distancing and remote work and school. Whether you’re a designer, developer, project manager, administrator, or content provider, AccessU provides the accessibility skills you need. In four days over two weeks in May, you’ll gain understanding and practical skills you can put to work immediately.

The Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) is an intense, pioneering web accessibility awareness program. Started by Knowbility in 1998 as a local event in Austin, Texas, the rally has evolved into an innovative, unique teaching and learning experience 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.