Thinking of holding an in-person or virtual event to mark GAAD's fifth anniversary and inviting the public to take part? Take a look at our 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 event pages for ideas. E-mail globala11yawarenessday at gmail.com if you have questions or need ideas.
Advanced eye control is the subject which is of most interest to employers getting those who are severely injured (spinal) or have progressive conditions (ALS/Dystrophy) into the workplace. It's also the best subject for those interested in accessibility from Tobii Dynavox.Register for the ADVANCED WINDOWS CONTROL (EYEGAZE) webinar at 8 PM Central European Time May 19
Join Josh Christianson, PEAT (Partnership on Employment and Accessible Technology) Project Director for a webinar to mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day. He will share results of the WWW+W4A Accessibility Hackathon that was held in Montreal on April 13. The winners will join Josh to discuss their hack. During the hackathon, participants took a popular web-based product used widely in workplaces and schools and improved its accessibility.Register for the PEAT Talks: Sharing Success from the WWW+W4A Accessibility Hackathon May 19 at 2:00 PM Eastern Time (USA)