Posts Tagged ‘Accessibility’

It’s Clobberin’ Time: The OpenAIR Heroes Game Newsletter

Oh, the places we’ve been The OpenAIR 2014 Heroes game on the road Greetings, AIR participants and Knowbility supporters! We’ve had a busy time already this year, traveling and creating and learning, and we have a lot to share with you. For those of you who signed up to receive the monthly newsletter, thank you! […]

Last chance to sign on to OpenAIR – need three teams!

Learn digital accessibility skills AND help nonprofit group We’re in the home stretch of recruiting for this year’s Open Accessibility Internet Rally (OpenAIR) and seeking just three more teams to make the wishes of all of our nonprofits come true. Sign your team up now! I know you are busy – it seems everyone is […]

Accessible Software Is Essential To Learning

A personal Story by Sabra Ewing For many students, accessible software is essential to learning. This is especially true for those of us who rely on assistive technology. Unfortunately, despite the wealth of publicly available information about accessibility, and a host of free resources, student and educator ignorance about accessibility requirements in education continues to […]

Free webinar: How does an NPO prepare for OpenAIR?

Event:  Nonprofit (NPO) Kickoff – Join the webinar as a Guest Date / Time: Wednesday, 9/18/2013, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM (CST) Training Type:  Webinar Audio:  Voice Over IP – You will need headphones with a microphone to talk. Questions:  Email openair2014 at yahoo dot com Knowbility’s Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) program evolved last year. […]

Accessibility in the National Day of Civic Hacking

Participating in the National Day of Civic Hacking The first national Hackathon for Change was held on June 1st and 2nd and was every bit as exciting as I anticipated.  The event had much of the same energy, idealism, and enthusiasm that we see each year in our annual Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) competitions. If […]