Posts Tagged ‘Sharron Rush’

AccessU at CSUN 2012: Policy and Testing — Sustaining Accessibility Throughout the Organization

As AccessU at CSUN starts in less than a week, we have been profiling the speakers who will share their experience and knowledge, and themselves learn in the process.  I thought I’d close the series by telling you a bit about what I’ll be doing at the conference. I’ll also leave with a few tips […]

Everything you need to know about web accessibility

Join us in San Diego! What could be nicer than San Diego in February?  Great weather, world class web accessibility training and a 50% discount to the CSUN conference too! Register Now Register Now for Knowbility’s world-renowned AccessU program, offered in Feb 27th and 28th in collaboration with the 27th Annual International Technology and Persons […]

Knowbility, AIR and September 11, 2001

Our local NPR station, the daily paper and countless other media spigots are asking for remembrances of 9/11.   As my mind goes back to that day and I allow the political to fall away, what I remember is the Accessibility Internet Rally for Austin (AIR-Austin). At that time AIR was kicking off its fourth year […]

Dedication of AccessU to John Slatin

Here is the text of the opening dedication of the 2008 AccessU, renamed to honor our beloved colleague and mentor, Dr. John Slatin who died in March. Following these remarks, Jim Allan and Jim Thatcher unfurled a banner with the new conference title. That banner now resides on the John Slatin AccessU web site. Good […]

What was I thinking?

Kelsey Ruger convinced me that Knowbility needed to blog as a way to participate in and share all the great momentum around accessibility these days. But to start a blog during SXSW was one of the least thought-through things I have done in a while. Sooooo much is happening and time to write about it […]