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Celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day May 21

Global Accessibility Awareness Day is annually observed on the third Thursday of May and features virtual events, resources and online presentations focusing on digital access and inclusion for more than one billion people with disabilities and impairments.

Boise State’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) is contributing by presenting “View 10 Tools for Digital Accessibility” through the Idaho Digital Accessibility Consortium.

Produced by OIT’s Carolyn Quintero, this video provides example of available tools designed for improving digital access and inclusion for people of all abilities:

Additional Idaho Digital Accessibility Consortium (IDAC) events include:

Introduction to Digital Accessibility/ICT Accommodations

A webinar discussion including what digital accessibility/Information Communication Technology (ICT) is, who it benefits, why everyone should all consider it. Participants will learn three things they can immediately do to set the example of inclusive digital content.

  • 10 a.m. (MDT) Monday, May 18

Register for “Introduction to Digital Accessibility/ICT Accommodations”

Hosting Accessible Virtual Events

A webinar discussion exploring what it means to host an accessible virtual event and identify resources to help individuals do so.

  • 10 a.m. (MDT) Wednesday, May 20

Register for “Hosting Accessible Virtual Events”

Webinars

Accessibility at Boise State