My last podcast previewed CSUN (The 26th Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference), which happened last week. It was a great success. Fortunately a few folks have written great summaries of the event, listed below. Also, I’ve posted some CSUN11 photos on Flickr.
Here are two excellent resources for session presentations and more:
- The Great Big List from the 2011 CSUN Conference by Curb Cut.
- CSUN 2011 Web highlights by Leonie Watson.
Some notable blog posts:
- My March Madness – John Foliot.
- CSUN 2011, jour 1 : compte-rendu des conférences (English translation) – Denis Boudreau.
- Notes on #csun11 – Joshue O Connor
- Lightening Talk on Accessible Twitter updates at CSUN Tweetup – Dennis Lembree.
Suggested presentations relating to web accessibility are:
- Accessibility of HTML5 and Rich Internet Applications (WebAIM and The Paciello Group): ARIA Morning Session | ARIA Afternoon Session
- Accessible HTML5 media players, captions, audio description and search (PDF) – Terrill Thompson.
- Making rich internet applications accessible through jQuery (PDF) – Chris Blouch (AOL) and Hans Hillen (TPG)
- Using the barcamp/unconference format – Jennison Asuncion, James Timony and John F Croston.
- Improving Web Accessibility for the Elderly – Roger Hudson.
- DISTCHA: an attempt to kill CAPTCHA – Vincent François & Samuel Sirois.
Any more to add? Please comment!
- Successfully Integrating Accessibility in your Organization’s Web Development Lifecycle – Denis Boudreau.
- Role of engineering best practices to create an inclusive web – Srinivasu Chakravarthula.
- CSUN: A recap from the week in San Diego – Technology for the Blind.
- CSUN 26th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, San Diego – Virtual Imaginings.
- IBM CSUN 2011 presentations