OZeWAI 2017 will be held in Canberra on Monday 20, Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 November 2017. Register now via Eventbrite and join us in celebrating 20-years of OZeWAI. Please subscribe to the mailing list to receive the latest program news.
One of the conference days will be focusing on accessible education. If you are interested in presenting, submit a presentation proposal by 1 October 2017.
Please contact the conference committee for more information about sponsoring OZeWAI, sponsorship packages or to discuss options for your organisation.
Where and When
- In our nation's capital, Canberra
- 20th and 21st November at Australian National Botanic Gardens
- 22nd November at 50MC Theatre
Get directions and accommodation information on our Venue page.
Speaker profile: Harjit Kaur
Harjit has recently finished her Masters of Computer Science at Edith Cowan University and is working as a Website Analyst for Web Key IT. Her work includes website auditing to ensure that websites are accessible for people with disabilities. She is passionate about working to ensure that... Continue reading about our speakers
National Center for Accessible Media at WGBH (NCAM)
The Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM) at Boston public broadcaster WGBH is a research and development facility dedicated to addressing barriers to media and emerging technologies for people with disabilities in their homes, schools, workplaces, and…
Find out how to become a supporter of OZeWAI 2017 on our Sponsors page.
Our schedule is shaping up, with lots of variety and some fantastic speakers. We've got three full days of talks, case studies and panels, plus plenty of time for snacks and networking.
Check out the details on the full schedule page.
View the photos of the OZeWAI Conference for 2017 (photo credit: Monique Norton).
Keep up to date
Our newsletter will have more information about the speakers, sponsors and schedule as we get closer to the conference date. Our main OZeWAI site has a newsletter subscription page so you can find out details as they happen.