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Knowbility Website Clinics

Knowbility Website Clinics


  • ISL Interpreted
  • Speech to Text

Venue: Online

15–22 October 2021

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Is your website accessible to your audience members, funders, and staff with disabilities?

Accessibility barriers may prevent as many as 20% of your potential audience from getting information, buying tickets, or donating to your organisation.

For a heavily subsidised fee of €75, arts and cultural organisations gained a high-level overview of their websites digital accessibility.

Delivered by digital accessibility expert Sharron Rush, Executive Director of Knowbility, organisations simply provided their website URL at the time of registration and Sharron reviewed their website and provided actionable feedback on ways to improve the experience for all in 20 minute clinic sessions.

These 20 minute clinics took place on Friday 15 and Friday 22 October 2021 between 1pm – 6:30pm IST.

Registrants, we would love to hear your feedback. Help us to improve our future professional development programmes and events by completing this quick survey here.

Note: All times advertised were in Irish Summer Time GMT+1 (IST).

Find the Transcript from Sharron’s Workshop ‘Web Accessibility – Learning from Each Other’ which took place in March 2021 here.

Find Knowbility’s Handbook of Digital Accessibility Resources here.

If you have any access requirements including captions or sign language interpretation, please contact Síle Stewart, Event Manager, by emailing sile@adiarts.ie by Friday 24 September 2021 and we will do everything we can to accommodate your needs.

Knowbility is a nonprofit organisation, founded in 1999 and based in Austin, Texas with the mission to create an accessible online world for people of all abilities. Knowbility pursues its mission through three related sets of services:

  • Awareness: outreach and volunteerism including the award winning Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) competition
  • Education: K12 Access Toolkit and the annual John Slatin AccessU accessibility skills training conference
  • Services: Training, audit, and consulting services for business, academia, government, and NGOs.

Find out more about Knowbility here.

Irish Sign Language (ISL) is the sign language used in the republic of Ireland. The language makes use of space and involves movement of hands, body, face and head. A sign language interpreter interprets what a person says or signs simultaneously, or immediately afterwards.

Speech to Text is a process of converting speech into text.