Earlier this year PEAT began providing direct support to Teach Access to help them build resources and amplify their message. PEAT is also helping Teach Access administer grants awarded to faculty members hoping to infuse accessibility principles into their existing courses.
Find guidelines and resources for recruiting user testers.
If you're seeking professional help, the community-driven Accessibility Project maintains a short list of accessibility consultants.
A national nonprofit that helps business drive performance by leveraging disability inclusion in the workplace, supply chain, and marketplace.
A professional membership association devoted to human resource management, including resources related to workplace technology policies.
This partnership initiative creates models for teaching and training students of technology to create accessible experiences.
An annual meeting for all who create and use accessible mobile ICT products, services and consumer technologies.
The largest conference of its kind in the world, CSUN provides an inclusive setting for researchers, practitioners, exhibitors, and end users to share knowledge and best practices related to accessible technology.
This membership organization helps accessibility professionals develop and advance their careers and helps organizations integrate accessibility into their products and infrastructure.
This maturity model, created by the Smart Cities for All initiative, will help define key performance indicators and metrics to support advancing accessibility and digital inclusion.