We're so excited to learn and share together during the Accessibility Summit 2022! Here is everything you need to know to get the most out of the day.
The Accessibility Summit 2022 will be live from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CDT on Thursday, July 28, 2022. You can access the schedule online in the Event Hub and adjust it to display in your time zone. Add events to “My Schedule” to create a personalized plan for the day!
A few things to keep in mind during sessions:
- Sessions are pre-recorded to allow for video editing and captioning.
- Ask questions of the presenter in the session’s Q&A box.
- Connect with the speaker and other attendees through the session chat window.
- Poster sessions will be held live from 12:30 - 1:15 p.m. CDT.
To get the best experience in the Swoogo platform, we recommend using Chromium based browsers such as Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. We recommend always using the latest version of your chosen browser.
Mozilla Firefox or Safari can also provide good experiences; however, there can be times where there may be slight visual differentiations (video controls, web design, etc.)
As an attendee, you can access session replays via the event schedule through Aug. 11, 2022.
HighEdWeb paid membership provides unlimited on-demand access to the Accessibility Summit recordings. The Professional Development Library includes all recordings from this event and other HighEdWeb conferences.
Not sure if you're a paid member? Check your membership profile to find out.
Get your conference swag
Visit our event store to purchase event swag — including T-shirts, stickers, notebooks and more!
Enter the prize drawing
Make sure to connect with our amazing sponsors during the Accessibility Summit 2022! This event would not be possible without their support.
Earn entries into our prize drawing throughout the day by engaging in the following activities:
- Attend a sponsor’s demo session
- Chat with a sponsor
- Ask a question of a sponsor
- Attending a virtual meeting with a sponsor
- Complete an evaluation survey
HighEdWeb Code of Conduct
The HighEdWeb community is awesome. And we want it to keep on being awesome for everyone. As we look forward to a great conference, we want to remind everyone of what we know you already know: HighEdWeb is dedicated to working toward a harassment-free community and conference experience for everyone. Read our full Code of Conduct policy.
Follow @HighEdWeb on Twitter and use #A11ySummit throughout the conference to connect with other attendees.
Join our #accessibility Slack channel to continue discussing accessibility with your HighEdWeb friends throughout the year!
Continuing education credits
HighEdWeb does not issue credits directly. IAAP has pre-approved the Accessibility Summit for Continuing Accessibility Education Credits (CAEC).
Have a question on conference day? Ask it in the event chat and a member of our conference planning team will jump in. You can also email questions to A11ySummit@highedweb.org.