Feb 3, 2021
An instructor and a blind student with some technology.

The Accessible Computer Science Education Fall Workshop has released a series of white papers discussing topics related to making learning experiences more accessible for people with disabilities. The event established a group of technologists and practitioners who planned  what research is needed for the future to make computer science more accessible. Attendees also explored other issues related to equity and access to education for people with disabilities. Topics included envisioning the future of tech for inclusion, building a pipeline from research to impact, unblocking the pipeline from education to employment, and ways for researchers and practitioners to connect and work together to move the mission forward.

You can review the white papers on the Microsoft website, as well as learn see presentations and learn more. White papers covered these topics: