By Peter Korn on Feb 23, 2012
Spring has come early to California this week, just like the 27th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference (more commonly known as the "CSUN Conference"). And just like last year, blooming wisteria outside my bedroom window lets me know that CSUN will take place next week.
This year Oracle is giving a presentation on Java & JavaFX accessibility, and I'm joining several AEGIS colleagues in giving 3 presentations on our work in the AEGIS project. Finally, I'm taking part ATIA's Accessibility Forum. Here's the full schedule:
- Accessibility Forum: “Taking Accessibility Mainstream: Making the Case for an International Society of Accessibility Professionals” on Tuesday February 28 from 8:30am - 4:45pm in the Edward room on the 2nd floor. Note: registration for this event is separate from the main CSUN conference
- Java Platform Accessibility: Java 7 & Beyond on Wednesday February 29 from noon - 12:30pm in the Gregory AB room on the 2nd floor
- Using the AEGIS OAF: Making Java Mobile Apps on Thursday March 1 from 10:40am - 11:40am in the Gregory AB room on the 2nd floor
- Just Like the Other Kids - AAC for Android on Thursday March 1 from noon to 12:30pm in the Ford C room on the 3rd floor
- Using the AEGIS OAF: Making an Accessible RIA on Thursday March 1 from 4:20pm - 5:20pm in the Ford AB room on the 3rd floor