A group of staff sitting at a table in a hybrid meeting using MS Teams.

March 8, 2024, by Ben Atkinson

Digital Accessibility Conference 2024

Following the huge success of last year’s Digital Accessibility conference, we’re pleased to announce that University of Nottingham Libraries will be hosting the conference again on Wednesday 26 June 2024 

This year’s conference, Transforming the Culture, will be held online and will bring together practitioners from right across the sector for a day of talks, discussions and networking across three themes connected to cultural transformation: 

  • Leadership and governance 
  • Delivering the capability 
  • Realising the benefits 

Whilst this year’s conference will be held online to enable as many people to attend as possible, participating institutions are encouraged to use the event as a local conference and provide space for attendees share the experience and participate in the same physical space as colleagues.  

A call for papers and confirmed programme will follow over the coming months but in the meantime, colleagues are encouraged to register their interest. The organising team will then be in touch with more details over the coming weeks. 

Digital Accessibility Community of Practice

Alongside news of the upcoming Digital Accessibility Conference to be held in June 2024, we are pleased to share details of our Community of Practice events which will be Meetings will be held monthly on Wednesdays from 12-1pm.

In these sessions colleagues from across the University will share their examples of best practice in the area of Digital Accessibility. The first event saw presentations from the University Disability Service and the School of Mathematical Sciences.

You can find out more about the Community of Practice, as well as full dates for this academic year on the post below.

Launch of the Digital Accessibility Community of Practice

Posted in AccessibilityConferences