e-Access is only a month away and will be the best e-Access conference to date.The committee arranging it have brought together a stellar group of speakers.
In one day you will hear from:
- Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, who should update us on the Government's progress since his keynote at e-access '10
- Stephen Duckworth, Board Member of the Olympic Delivery Authority
- Miro Griffiths, Disability Equality Consultant, will discuss Disability in the Real World
- Nigel Lewis, CEO AbilityNet and chair of the OneVoice Coalition, will announce a first steps to accessible web sites initiative
- Mark Ferrar, Microsoft; Sarah Hilderley, EDItEUR (standards body for e-books); and Chris Chant, Cabinet Office will predict the future of accessibility.
In between these plenary sessions will be a host of workshops and seminars covering both business and technology issues for the beginner, intermediate and expert attendee. A few that particularly caught my eye:
- Accessing HTML5—HTML is dead: long live HTML!
- Accessibility—the legal requirements and how to comply Accessibility of e-learning Procurement for accessibility
This is an event not to miss if you have an interest in e-accessibility so click now to find out more at e-Access 11. I look forward to seeing lots of my readers at the event; I am the 4 Bs—balding, bespectacled, bearded and bow-tied—so please come and introduce yourself.