The time has come again when the Perth web accessibility community comes together for its annual web accessibility camp. The event will be held on 15 February and registrations are now open.
Celebrating its fifth year, the Perth Web Accessibility Camp (PWAC) is a one-day event featuring a variety of presentations and other things relating to disability and technology. The keynote will be David Masters from Microsoft Australia, sharing details on how Microsoft is evolving its culture to be more inclusive, including growing the diversity of its workforce to include more people with disabilities.
I’ll also be presenting at the event sharing information on the Internet of Things in relation to international developments and research relating to the tertiary education sector. Other Speakers feature from organisations such as VisAbility, Web Key IT and Blind Citizens WA. BankWest is the primary sponsor for the Camp and as such the event will be held in their Perth CBD office.
Additional information on registering and the programme can be found on the Perth Web Accessibility Camp 2018 website. If you’d like to get a better understanding of how the day works you can also read my highlights article from last year’s PWAC event.