CU campus affiliates receive discount for Accessing Higher Ground: Accessible Media, Web and Technology Conference

Nov. 6-10 event in Denver also offers virtual attendance
By Staff

CU campus affiliates are eligible for at least a a 5% registration discount for the Accessing Higher Ground: Accessible Media, Web and Technology Conference, set for Nov. 6-10.

The event at the Hilton Denver City Center also includes an option for virtual attendance. See pricing and registration information for the onsite and virtual conference.

CU campus affiliates who use their campus email address receive a 5% discount off registration fees; CU Boulder affiliates receive a 10% discount because the campus is an AHEAD institutional member.

The conference features over 42 virtual and 110 onsite sessions on topics such as accessible documents, video, Canvas pages and alternative format. Accessing Higher Ground also addresses legal and policy issues, including ADA and 508 compliance; and campus accommodation, universal design and curriculum accessibility. The conference is relevant for IT and media professionals, course designers, and faculty.

Keynote speaker Nina G is a comedian, author and professional speaker who stutters and has dyslexia. For over 20 years, she has also worked in the field of disability services in higher education. Nina will talk about her disability experience spanning generations in her family and the impact of influential individuals, including her parents, teachers and even those who doubted her abilities.

Session topics include:


Main Conference

See the full onsite agenda here, the virtual agenda, or register now.

Conference site:

Questions: Contact Howard Kramer, 720-351-8668 or

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