The HighEdWeb Accessibility Summit is a one-day, online event focused on digital accessibility in higher education.

Learn best practices about digital accessibility and connect with your peers at other higher ed institutions. Beginners and experts, non-technical and technical users, and everyone in-between will benefit from attending the Accessibility Summit!

Join us on July 28, 2022, as we learn and work together to make the digital space accessible to everyone.

About HighEdWeb

The Higher Education Web Professionals Association (HighEdWeb) is the international organization of professionals working to design, develop, manage and map the future of digital in higher education. Each fall, we come together at our Annual Conference and we remain active year-round via our educational and networking events, our online member community and our Link Online Journal.

Organizing committee

HighEdWeb is volunteer powered. The Accessibility Summit is an outcome of the dedicated work of these organizers.

Rebekah Chair
Rebekah Wright
Southwest Baptist University
Lindsey Program chair
Lindsey Sneed
Pearson Education
Bridget Program vice chair
Bridget Burke
University of Michigan Library
Jen Accessibility coordinator
Jennifer Bethmann
Illinois State University
Chris Board liaison
Chris D'Orso
SUNY Brockport
Mike Conference platform coordinator
Mike Steffel
He, him, his
Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
Sara Executive director
Sara Clark
she, her, hers
HighEdWeb Association
Holly Marketing and communications lead
Holly Nicholson
Northern Illinois University
Sylvia Registration coordinator
Sylvia Nicosia
Farmingdale State College
Mark Safety and inclusion coordinator
Mark H. Anbinder
Cornell University
Blake Sponsorship coordinator
Blake Bertuccelli
Jeff Video coordinator
Jeff Koslofsky
University of Rochester

Code of Conduct

The HighEdWeb community is awesome, and we want to keep being awesome for everyone involved. So a reminder of what you already know: HighEdWeb is dedicated to working toward a harassment-free community and conference experience for everyone, regardless of identity factors such as (but not limited to) sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, nationality, culture, class, age, or faith.