Accessibility Conferences

Peter Abrahams

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Published: 30th July, 2009
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This blog will be updated each time I become aware of a new conference. If you are running a conference please click on the contact the author button and I will update the blog.

Date Location Title and web site
1–5 September 2009 Cambridge
UK
HCI 2009: 23rd British HCI Group Annual Conference
16–18 September 2009 London
UK
Techshare 2009
22 September 2009 London
UK
Accessibility 2.0
25–26 September 2009 London
UK
The Mayor of London's Disability Capital 2009
30 September–2 October 2009 Helsinki
Finland
ECCE 2009 – European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics
15–18 October 2009 Wahington
DC
USA
The USBLN (US Business Leadership Network, Disability at Work) Annual Conference & Career Fair
26–28 October 2009 Pittsburg
PA
USA
International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility
28–31 October 2009 Chicago
USA
Assistive Technolgy Industry Association (ATIA) Chicago 2009
3 November 2009 London
UK
BCS Disability Day (tbc)
9–10 November 2009 Linz
Austria
USAB 2009 – Usability & HCI Learning from the Extreme
18–21 November 2009 Salzburg
Austria
AmI–09 – European Conference on Ambient Intelligence
25–27 November 2009 Melbourne
Australia
OZCHI 2009 – Australasian Computer-Human Interaction Conference
30 November 2009 London
UK
RADAR People of the Year Workshop on The Right to Accessible Information Technology
27–30 January 2010 Orlando
USA
Assistive Technolgy Industry Association (ATIA) Anual Conference 2010
22–27 March 2010 San Diego
USA
CSUN Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference
248–28 May 2010 Munich
Germany
Usability Professionals#39; Association (UPA) 2010 International Conference
14 July 2009 London
England
Building Perfect Council Websites 10
24–31 July 2010 Barcelona
Spain
International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication
16–20 October 2010 Reykjavik
Iceland
NordiCHI 2010: 6th Nordic Conference on Computer–Human Interaction

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