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A11yNYC is proud to present Accessibility Camp NYC! Speakers from different fields in accessibility will come together to share ideas, experiences, and knowledge. We'll discuss all things accessibility.
• Coffee & registration 9:00 - 9:30
• Announcements & Keynote 9:30 - 9:50
• Speakers - TBD!
There are 70 tickets available and they are $10.00 each for the full-day conference. Your contribution will assist with administering the event and ensuring that all 70 tickets go to people who will be able to attend this unique accessibility conference.
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If I want to present on a topic, how will that work?
Please complete the Speaker Call for Presentations (https://goo.gl/forms/8xPUZGzNXXueUJTv2) form. Indicate your interest in speaking when you register and we will be in touch. Topics will be collected and either single person or panels lasting 30-45 minutes will be slotted into the schedule. For anyone submitting a proposal, please read How to Make Presentations Accessible to All (http://www.w3.org/WAI/training/accessible.php).
If I present, am I expected to have a slide deck?
If you end up presenting, you are welcomed to use a slide deck. However, given the informal nature of the event, it is not a must. Also, if you choose to provide handouts, you are responsible for making sure to bring accessible formats (e.g., Word, tagged PDF). For anyone thinking of presenting, please read How to Make Presentations Accessible to All (http://www.w3.org/WAI/training/accessible.php).
If I present on a topic, what AV will be available?
All rooms will have data projectors. You are responsible for bringing your own laptop, if you choose to use a presentation deck. You’ll also be asked to provide an electronic copy to be linked to the event site post-event.
What’s happening for lunch?
Lunch will be provided free of charge to registered attendees. Be sure to indicate any dietary requirements when you register.
How do I indicate disability-related accommodation requests?
Please indicate whether you will need disability-related accommodations by contacting a11ynyc. You will be contacted to confirm accommodations prior to the event. All disability-related accommodations must be received no later than September 12 to allow for time to confirm appropriate arrangements.
Is there a code of conduct for A11yNYC activities?
Yes there is, please review our Code of Conduct (http://a11ynyc.com/camp/codeconduct.html).
Will there be WIFI at the event?
There will be free WIFI at the event.
Where can I learn more about accessibility camps?
Accessibility Camp New York City takes its inspiration from the first Accessibility Camp DC (http://www.accessibilitycampdc.org/), which was held in October 2009.
Sister events include:
• Accessibility Camp Los Angeles (http://www.accessibilitycampla.org/)
• Accessibility Camp Toronto (http://www.accessibilitycampto.org/)
• Boston Accessibility Conference (http://www.a11ybos.org/)
• Accessibility Camp Guelph (http://www.accessibilitycamp.org/)
• Accessibility Camp Seattle (http://www.a11ysea.org/)
• Accessibility Camp Tokyo (https://www.facebook.com/a11ytokyo)
Learn more about the Accessibility Camp Movement (http://www.accessibilitycamp.org/)