ACM Webinar Friday May 15 12pm ET--Making the Digital and Physical Worlds Accessible for People with Disabilities

From the ACM:
"Over one billion people--15% of the world's population--have a form of disability. This makes it imperative that we make our Web and mobile applications accessible for people with disabilities. It also presents interesting computer science challenges in perception of both the digital and physical worlds. In this webinar, we'll discuss cutting edge research and development related to the field of accessibility, including areas ripe for additional research efforts.  We'll also talk about things to keep in mind when designing, building, and testing your Web or mobile application, so that you can ensure you're serving as many people as possible."

Register TODAY for the next free ACM Learning Webinar, "Making the Digital and Physical Worlds Accessible for People with Disabilities," presented on Friday, May 15, 2015 at 12 pm ET (11 am CT/10 am MT/9 am PT/5 pm GMT) 

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