Welcome to the website of e-Access '11, the UK's leading annual conference on access to technology by disabled people and everyone with special access needs. This year's event was on 28th June 2011 and was a huge success, with more attendees than the previous year and a superb programme.
You can use this website to find out more about the event as it was (including links to presentations on the Agenda page).
The conference Includes:
- Keynote speakers
- Roundtable sessions
Why e-access 11
It's the accessibility event
In the internet age, every organisation is a technology organisation.
Your employees use IT and your customers or service users do as well. With millions in the UK affected by some form of disability, from dyslexia to mobility problems, no organisation can afford to be using technology that is not as accessible as possible, never mind the legal requirements and your corporate or public sector ethics.
Whatever stage you are at with your thinking on 'e-accessibility', from novice to old hand, our conference will help, from practical advice on where to start to focused discussion groups to hone your expertise.
Hear what the experts say
- Ed Vaizey, Minister for Communication, Culture and the Creative Industries
- Stephen Duckworth OBE, Board Member, Olympic Delivery Authority, London 2012
- Miro Griffiths, Disability Equality Consultant
- Gill Whitney, Head, Design for All Research Group, Middlesex University
- Struan Robertson, Product Counsel, Google
Dive into the detail
Our balanced programme of workshops and discussion groups covers three streams: from Stream 1 - beginning; through Stream 2 - continuing/raising your game; and Stream 3 - the future/new challenges.
- Accessibility - the legal requirements
- The unforeseen effects of changing your website on people with disabilities
- Building your accessibility action plan
- Accessibility of e-learning
- Overcoming barriers to technology access for older people