The 2018 ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium: Mobile Testing, 508 Revision, and Beyond
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The 3rd annual ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium will take place on
Wednesday & Thursday, November 7-8, 2018. Arlington, Virginia, USA
Tuesday, November 6
Pre-Event "Accessibility Testing 101" two-day introductory course for testing beginners
Monday & Tuesday, November 5-6
Featuring papers, workshops and panels from
Accessibility Track · AccessibilityOz · Aequum Access · Albertsons · Department of Homeland Security · Educational Testing Service · Gallaudet University · General Services Administration · HP · ICF · The Law Office of Lainey Feingold · Level Access · Optum · Paltech · RedShelf · Renfro Consulting · Simple-theory · State Farm · Tenon.io · The Sustainable Change · Towson University · University of Connecticut · University of Illinois · University of Massachusetts · W3C Web Accessibility Initiative · WebAIM (Utah State University)
The Preliminary Program is Available
Registration is Open
Preview Webinar Recording
A detailed overview of the event for newcomers (50 minute video, watch on YouTube)
The venue will be George Mason University’s Arlington Campus, located at
3351 North Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 22201, USA
The venue is on the DC Metro (Virginia Square-GMU Station), and easily accessed by Washington National Airport (DCA) and Dulles International Airport (IAD)
The conference hotel will be the Westin Arlington Gateway, located at 801 North Glebe Road, Arlington, VA, 22203
(Please note that the hotel and rooms are entirely non-smoking.)
The symposium rate is USD 209. This rate is only available via the Hotel Room Block
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Lainey Feingold is a disability rights lawyer focusing on digital access, an international speaker, and the author of Structured Negotiation, A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits. Lainey's book is packed with win-win stories of accessibility advocacy with some of the largest organizations in the U.S., all without lawsuits. In 2017 Lainey was named one of the 13 Legal Rebels by the ABA Journal, the national magazine of the American Bar Association. That year she was also named the individual recipient of the John W. Cooley Lawyer as Problem Solver award, given annually by the Dispute Resolution Section of the ABA. Lainey has twice been recognized with a California Lawyer Attorney of the Year (CLAY) award (2000 and 2014) for her digital accessibility and Structured Negotiation legal work.
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With support from the 2018 ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium Committee, The 2018 Accessibility Testing Symposium is organized by Accessibility Track
Image credits: “George Mason University -- Fairfax Drive Arlington (VA) Campus December 2011" (cropped from original) by Ron Cogswell (CC BY 2.0). Award Photos by Caroline Law (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).