2018 Call for WebinarsShare Your Knowledge with the Accessibility Professional Community
Submit Topics for the IAAP 2018 Webinar Series
IAAP invites you to submit your topics for IAAP’s 2018 Webinar Series. The deadline for submission is Monday, September 18, 2017.
Webinar TopicsSessions should focus on accessibility topics as they relate to software, websites, mobile applications, hardware, assistive technology implementation, proprietary applications, content or documents, law, policy, standards or regulations, and best practices.
Presentations focusing on Angular Accessibility, React Accessibility, Agile, and SVG will receive preference during the selection of webinar proposals. However, these topics do not guarantee your selection.
Target AudienceTopics in this series may be of interest to anyone whose job requires accessibility awareness or competence – including but not limited to accessibility professionals, policy makers, developers, designers, testers and others involved in the creation or implementation of accessible technology, content, services, programs, and policies.
Webinars may be targeted to those new to accessibility or to those with more experience and who are looking to advance their skill levels.
Webinar FormatOur webinars are 90-minute long sessions that include the presentation and Q&A between the attendees and speakers. They can also include demonstrations of programs, coding or resources, videos, and audience polling.
Submit Your TopicIAAP's webinar program provides an excellent opportunity for you to showcase your expertise and help advance the knowledge of accessibility professionals. Plus, you will receive compensation for your efforts! If you’re interested in submitting a topic for the 2018 webinar series, please fill out our IAAP Call for Webinars application form by Monday, September 18, 2017. All submissions will be reviewed by the Individual Professional Development committee and you will be notified by November 1, 2017 regarding the status of your submission.
If you prefer a paper application or have any questions regarding the submission process, please contact Kevin Hower at email@example.com.
What will make our profession strong is having you as a member. Regardless of your knowledge level in accessibility, we all play a role in growing this profession. Help guide us to being a great professional association serving our diverse needs.