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Written Transcripts and Video Recordings of Accessible Technology Conference Sessions Available

This past October, The New York Public Library (NYPL) held its first Accessible Technology Conference over two days. Organized by the Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library, the conference was convened “to discuss technology in our daily lives and imagine a more equitable, sustainable, and inclusive future for accessible technology.” Attendees joined in person as well as virtually. Sessions covered such topics as the impact of AI on accessibility, co-design methods for tactile graphic creation, developing technology proficiency among teachers, and strategies for balancing accessibility and privacy, and much more. To access the full program, visit the webpage featuring NYPL’s Accessible Technology Conference 2023: Recordings, Transcripts, and Thanks.