Americas Jan 23, 2017
Microsoft will hold 16 sessions, including presentations on new accessibility benefits in Microsoft products and services, at the annual California State University, Northridge (CSUN) Assistive Technology Conference, Feb. 27-March 4 in San Diego. Microsoft sessions will be held March 1-3.
“Throughout the conference, our accessibility engineers, program managers and world-class researchers will demonstrate our commitment to and progress in accessibility,” writes Megan Lawrence, Accessibility Technical Evangelist at Microsoft.
For more information, visit the Microsoft Accessibility Blog.