AccessComputing received funds from the National Science Foundation to support training, experiential learning, and other computing and information technology (IT)-related activities nationwide. These examples highlight successful projects funded through AccessComputing minigrants.
- A Capacity-Building Workshop for Georgia Tech: A Promising Practice for Institutional Change
- Computer Literacy Academy: A Promising Practice for Including Graduate Students in Computer Science Education
- Disability Mentoring Day at the UW-Madison: A Promising Practice in Staff Training
- IM Chatbots at Youth Slam: A Promising Practice in Inspiring Students who are Blind and Low-Vision to Pursue Computer Programming
- Orientation 2 (O2): A Promising Practice to Introduce Incoming Freshman to Computing Fields and Disability Resources
- Tools and Techniques for Accessible Web Content: A Promising Practice in Webcast Training
- Purdue University: A Promising Practice in Building Campus-wide Support for Web Accessibility
If you are interested in applying for an AccessComputing minigrant, additional information is available online.