Here at ProfHacker, we’ve published a number of things about accessibility in digital environments. And Regular readers will remember that back in September we announced the first Accessible Future workshop, which took place in Boston last semester.
Well, applications are now being accepted for the second workshop, which will be held on February 28-March 1, 2014 in Austin, Texas. If you are interested in digital environments and accessibility, please apply. The Accessible Future workshop is intended for humanists, librarians, information scientists, and cultural heritage professionals who wish to learn about technologies, design standards, and accessibility issues associated with the use of digital technologies
In all, this NEH-funded 2-day workshop will be repeated 4 times in different geographical regions, so if you can’t make it to one of them you can always apply to another.
To get an idea of what the workshops offer
- Review the workshop agenda,
- Look over the collaborative participant notes from the Boston workshop,
- Read the blog posts written by Boston workshop participants Karen Bourrier, and Molly Schwartz,
- Check out this