9
Sep
Image of Rua Williams wearing a fedora, glasses, bow tie, and polka-dot shirt presenting in front of a screen that shows the first slide of the "Misfit Managed" presentation. Captions can be seen on both the top and bottom of the screen. The top captions are from Microsoft Translator and the bottom ones are from PowerPoint's built in captioning system.

Delivering Accessible Presentations

Oral presentations, whether at academic or industry conferences, guest speakers at organized events, or in the classroom, are inaccessible to many disabled people. People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing may not be able to fully understand an oral presentation. People who are Blind or have a visual impairment may not be able to […]

22
May
example poster, see link for accessible version

Guide to Making Accessible Research Posters

The traditional research poster presentation format is fairly inaccessible across a wide range of disabilities. Firstly, poster board aisles are often too narrow and crowded. This makes them unwelcoming to people who use mobility aids like wheelchairs or canes, and to people who have trouble in crowded and loud spaces such as Blind people, Deaf […]