Announcing Microsoft Sessions at CSUN Conference


Microsoft is pleased to be participating next week at the 31st Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference (CSUN) in San Diego. On Wednesday March 23rd, we are hosting a number of educational sessions onsite to share information about the accessibility of our latest products including Windows 10 and Office 365, as well as to inspire dialog with some of our engineers and product managers. Below is our full schedule of session topics. If you are attending CSUN this year, we encourage you to join us for any or all of these talks. We look forward to connecting with you in San Diego.

Location: Pier Room, 3rd Floor of Harbor Tower

Session Schedule for Mar 23, 2016:

9:00 – 9:50am – Getting to know Windows 10
10:00 – 10:50am – Accessibility in Windows 10
11:00 -11:40am – What’s New for Accessibility in Edge – Panel Discussion with Edge Accessibility Product Managers on plans and progress
11:40am -1:20pm – Break for Lunch
1:20 – 2:10pm – Accessibility Enhancements in Office 365 – Panel Discussion with Microsoft Accessibility Product Managers on plans and progress
2:20 – 2:45pm – Accessibility Enhancements in Office 365 – Demonstrations by Microsoft Accessibility Experts with a variety of devices and assistive technologies
2.45 – 3:10pm – Learning Tools for OneNote – Overview of new, free tools that ease reading, writing and comprehension for everyone, including people with dyslexia
3:20 – 5:20pm – Round table discussions with Office 365 Accessibility Team – Bring your questions and suggestions!


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  1. Phil Faris says:

    Can I get in contact with the presenter for the CSUN session on Windows 10 Accessibility? I’d like to get official Microsoft participation at this year’s Blinded Veterans Association annual convention in Milwaukie in August. I’m a Microsoft partner and can give presentations and also use the demos and tutorials available online. But we’d like a more official Microsoft participation. I’m a BVA member (legally blind) as well as a Microsoft Partner (retired).

    1. You should be able to contact me by clicking on my profile on this site and sending a message.

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