Speaking at Guelph Accessibility Conference 2016
This May I will be speaking at the Guelph Accessibility Conference. It will be held Monday and Tuesday, May 30 and 31, 2016 on the University of Guelph campus. The theme of this year’s event is In Letter and Spirit: Realizing the Vision of the AODA. There is also a series of workshops on Wednesday, June 1.
I will be presenting my talk Fringe Accessibility on Monday afternoon at 3:15pm (which happens to be Memorial Day in the U.S., so if you are local then you are free to drive up and watch me). You can view the rest of the schedule on the conference site.
Conveniently, since I am the last slot of the day on Monday you can stick around for the free accessibility camp right on the campus (one building over, I understand). It starts at 5:30pm.
I’ve embedded a map with Rozanski Hall marked for your (my) benefit: