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Online Digital Accessibility Conference

Are you confident in digital accessibility? It’s not too late to sign up for a few sessions at this year’s Kent Digital Accessibility Conference which you can attend virtually wherever you are on the 9, 10 and 11 June.

Last year, the University of Kent & Kent County Council hosted the first Kent Digital Accessibility Conference to help attendees learn more about digital accessibility and inclusion and the impact of new regulations coming into force this September for web accessibility.

This year we have even more expert speakers and workshops to help you prepare, including the UK government, Microsoft, NHS experts and a European perspective showing how other countries are handling new regulations.

We will also be hearing from students and will be discussing what we are doing towards Kent’s accessible student experience, alongside a host of engaging practical sessions to help attendees grow the specialist skills required to deliver accessible services. A full agenda with speakers and timings is on the Eventbrite booking page, examples include Google speaking on creating accessible experiences for people in the workplace and international experiences of accessibility by a medal winning paralympian.

Book your free place now on Eventbrite to then receive links for all sessions via email – there will be 2 morning sessions and 2 afternoon sessions each day for three days. You can join for however many or few capture your interest and you can make time for in your schedule – do check out the timetable below for details.

Everyone is welcome, please do share with colleagues in your networks who might find this of interest.

For any queries, please email