The University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada is hosting Aiming for Accessibility: Creating Barrier-Free Information and Communication, a conference aimed at raising awareness of IT-related accessibility issues and providing techniques for addressing them. Part of the motivation for having the conference is the pending requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), which may have important impacts on Universities in Ontario. The conference is in Rozanski Hall, University of Guelph on May 27.
I'll be presenting a session in the Accessible Web Programming, Document and Multimedia Design "stream" titled The Path to Accessible Math. My talk starts at 1pm and will cover how to create and deliver documents that contain accessible math. I'll give some background on the topic first, and then get into the creation and delivery aspects. Even though I'm giving the talk remotely, I'm going to be leaving lots of time for Q&A.
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