Access for All: Accessibility Camp Missoula 2013 Kicks Off at 9:00 am March 9th, 2013

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Accessibility Camp Missoula is dedicated to the simple premise that "digital inclusion" is fundamental in the digital age.

Focused on users with different disabilities and abilities, sessions will cover digital accessibility topics from website accessibility, reading and publishing software accessibility to mobile apps, eLearning, open source software, and everything in between.

Regardless of participants' level of knowledge or the age of people served, everyone is welcome to come and participate. It will be a great opportunity for members of the usability, accessibility, other IT, education and disability communities to interact and learn from each other. Attendees should be ready for pleasant surprises if they have never attended a participant-driven BarCamp-style un-conference before.

Accessibility camps are springing up around the world and now Missoula has its own!

Location: Continuing Education Center in the Todd Building (adjacent to the UC), UM Campus.

Our goal is to raise awareness about accessibility related topics and issues in Montana. Participants can take part in hands-on demonstrations of assistive technologies, and they are invited to "BYOD" (Bring Your Own Devices) and join in on Assistive Technology related discussions.

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