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ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium
Programs and Proceedings
Announcing the ICT Accessibility Testing Spring Bootcamps!
(An extension event of the Annual ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium)
Three Bootcamp-Style Courses from top accessibility testing experts:
Accessibility Testing 101
(2 Days, Monday-Tuesday March 11-12, 2019)
Karl Groves delivers a intensive training program to become a web accessibility tester
Accessibility Testing 201
(1 Day, Monday, March 11, 2019)
Gian Wild extends the popular workshop from the symposium to a full day. Take your knowldege to the next level, with hands-on training of web testing techniques across the board.
Mobile Website Accessibility Testing
(1 Day, Tuesday, March 12, 2019)
The ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium Committee has created a publicly available mobile website test process. This bootcamp, headed up our mobile sub-committee chair, Gian Wild, will take you through the test process with hands-on exercises, and training to make you a mobile website tester by the end of the day.
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Archive Programs and Proceedings
The 4th Annual ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium will take place in the Fall of 2019.
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The 2018 ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium Archives
- Social Impact Award: Lainey Feingold
- Competition Winner: Santina Croniser
- Best Paper: Jared Smith, WebAIM, "Rethinking Evaluation of Contrast"
- Best Presentation: Drew (Howie) Bollinger, RedShelf, "Using a Component-First Approach in Front End Development and Accessibility Testing"
- Best Student Paper: Brittani Washington, Towson University, "Web Accessibility: Where is the Non-Profit sector?"
The 2017 ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium Archives
- Social Impact Award: Karl Groves, Tenon.io
- Best Paper: Peter McNally, Bentley University, "Why Usability Testing Should be Part of your Accessibility Testing Strategy"
- Best Presentation: Alistair Garrison, Level Access, "Continuous Accessibility Inspection and Testing"
- Best Student Paper: Phillip Roberts, Georgia Institute of Technology / AMAC Accessibility, "The Unity Engine as An Extensible Platform: Findings from the System for Wearable Audio Navigation"
The 2016 ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium Archives
- Social Impact Award: Judy Brewer, World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C-WAI)
- Best Paper: Cyndi Rowland, WebAIM, Utah State University "How Can Nontechnical Individuals Assist in Web Accessibility Testing?"
- Best Presentation: Jon Gunderson, University of Illinois, "OpenAjax Evaluation Library"