38th Annual CSUN Assistive Technology Conference Has Concluded
BUILDING ON OUR SUCCESS
It was incredible witnessing everyone reunite in 2022 to discuss, share and learn from each other. The energy at the conference was electric! The changes we made to improve your conference experience paid off, and the feedback was fantastic.
We’re already planning the 2023 conference, and this summer brings opportunities to exhibit, sponsor and submit presentations where you can join other industry thought leaders to make a difference. Looking ahead, we know that our conference participants have a lot of valuable insights, and we would love to hear all of them. Make your voice heard by completing our newest conference survey. As a bonus, complete the survey by Monday, June 6, to be entered to win a complimentary conference registration for 2023.
WE’RE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE
Sandy Plotin, Managing Director of the CSUN Center on Disabilities, retired in April. We are grateful for her dedication and service for the past 17 years! Under her leadership, the CSUN Conference became the prestigious conference we know today. We wish her well on her next adventures in life!
Julia Santiago now leads the department as the Interim Managing Director. For ten years, Julia has been the department’s Assistant Director. We look forward to the future under her leadership. She prioritizes listening to our stakeholders to discover new ways to improve the conference experience.
Mark your Calendars
Join us at the 38th Annual CSUN Assistive Technology Conference on March 13-17, 2023, at the Anaheim Marriott
Be a Presenter
Submit a workshop proposal or session ideas to present alongside other thought leaders and colleagues. Start preparing your submission! More information will be available on the conference website early this summer.
- Pre-Conference Workshops: August 18 – September 27, 2022
- Journal Track: August 18 – September 6, 2022
- General Track: September 8 – September 27, 2022
Interested in Exhibiting or Sponsoring?
Planning for 2023 has already begun, so learn about booth or sponsorship opportunities! Have some new ideas? We’d love to hear them! Direct all inquiries and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
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The U.S. Department of Education intends to strengthen and protect the rights of students with disabilities by amending regulations implementing Section 504. Learn more by reading their press release.
GLOBAL ACCESSIBILITY AWARENESS DAY
This past Thursday marked the 11th Anniversary of GAAD! Joe Devon and Jennison Asuncion founded the day to inspire inclusion and digital access conversations. How did you celebrate? Tweet us and let us know! Learn more about GAAD activities and events.