Did you attend? What did you think?
Great to see so many of you at Kent Digital Accessibility Conference at the University of Kent – thank you for your participation in this great opportunity to share expertise across the county, we are on our way to #MakingKentAccessible. For all of you, including those who were interested but unable to attend today, please find below some links to resources:
As announced at the conference, both Kent County Council and the University of Kent have launched their Accessibility Statements:
Audio and video recordings of the morning sessions will be made available in due course, we will email a link to these when they are edited and available online.
If you attended, we’d love to have your feedback!
Can you spare a moment to answer the questions below? please send to email@example.com
1. What aspect of the day had the biggest impact?
2. What are the top 3 things you learned?
3. What might the next steps be for you or your organisation in digital accessibility based on what you understood at the conference?
4. Any other feedback about individual sessions or the practicalities of the event?
We’re keen to keep the digital accessibility conversation going, so if you have questions or comments, do email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the hashtag #MakingKentAccesible on social media to connect with others.
The University of Kent and Kent Connects