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Accessibility Hackdays - A11y hackspace

A two day workshop bringing accessibility (a11y) users, experts and developers together to hack on ideas, prototypes and mashups, while exploring the challenges in providing usable accessibility.

Aston Business School Conference Centre and Hotel
Aston Triangle, Birmingham, West Midlands,
B4 7ET

Tuesday 21st June and Wednesday 22nd June 2011

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Please use the booking form below to book for the event. Please note that we had some technical dfficulties with a previous booking form. If you think you have already booked, or there was a technical problem, please fill in the booking form below:

About DevCSI

DevCSI is about helping developers in HE to realise their full potential, by creating the conditions for them to be able to learn, to network effectively, to share ideas and to collaborate, creating a 'community' of HE developers which is greater than the sum of its parts. So with every developer employed in a Higher Education Institution in the UK comes a wealth of talent and experience. The developer benefits. Higher Education benefits. The main thrust of DevCSI activity currently is to run and/or sponsor events for and by developers and to encourage a community to form around these shared activities. DevCSI is managed by UKOLN and funded by the JISC. For more details, see:

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Please note, the tag for this event is:

#devcsi #a11y

You will be able to follow announcements about the event via twitter (as well as feeds from blogs and websites etc) by searching for the above tag. If you are new to twitter, please visit, and create an account for yourself. We will be using technologies like this frequently, before, during and after the event.