John Slatin AccessU
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 14 (pre-conference workshops) and May 15-17, 2019 (full conference).
Full conference: Wednesday, May 15 - Friday, May 17, 2019
Pre-conference (Workshops): Tuesday, May 14, 2019
St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX
What’s New in 2019?
- We’ve added an extra half-day on Friday, May 17th which will allow for repeat performances of our most popular classes, more networking opportunities, and a closing plenary.
- We’re adding an exhibit hall! Our Demo Day was so incredibly well-received this year, we thought, “why not create a space where helpful tools are available for the entire duration of the conference?”
- We’re moving conference accommodations closer to Downtown Austin with a confirmed hotel block in the Rainey Street Historic District—with waterfront views, too!
|Registration Type:||Presale: Only 50 of each type!||Early Bird:
Jan 1 to Feb 28
Mar 1 to May 14
|Three-Day Conference||Now only $475.00!||$495.00||$545.00|
|Conference + Optional 1-Day Workshop||Now only $725.00!||$745.00||$795.00|
|Workshop Only||Now only $300.00!||$320.00||$370.00|
Accommodations & Events:
Find out where to stay and what’s happening related to AccessU 2019. Accommodations & booking details
Sample Conference Schedule:
Check out last year‘s conference schedule to learn more about the sessions at AccessU.
Code of Conduct:
Review and understand our Code of Conduct.
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2018 Presentation Materials
Visit the 2018 Presentation Materials page for instructor-provided files listed alphabetically by class title.
The John Slatin AccessU conference is named after the late John Slatin of the University of Texas, a pioneering leader in web accessibility. The goal is to provide tools that can immediately be put to use by designers, developers, project managers, administrators, and anyone who is responsible for online content and development. John Slatin AccessU teaches those skills in an interactive and communal environment where you will learn everything you need to know about integrating accessibility into your company.
AccessU offers a wide-variety of classes. As a developer & content person & communications person & trainer of coworkers, it was great to be able to bounce around to different areas of accessibility needs.
Always enjoy meeting and talking with the great accessibility professionals at AccessU!
I enjoyed seeing former colleagues and meeting new people. AccessU is a great opportunities for networking.
Demos were awesome! This was really great to see in real life what we had been talking about in theory.
I love the concept and would want to attend this in future years.