We came across this great resource from Disability and Philanthropy Forum which includes some resources and checklists on how to create accessible online meetings and events.
Often we think that creating accessibility at your event means providing ASL interpretation or describing visual images and cues which are indeed important but it can also be as simple as including disabled people as leading members or speakers at your event!
Check out these resources (and checklists!) to learn more about ways you can make your next online event accessible.
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