Investigating the Role of Critical Disability Studies in HCI
A workshop at CHI 2020
In general, we will adapt the schedule flexibly according to people’s needs and allow multiple ways of participating in the workshop activities at different times and remotely.
As moving between spaces might be infeasible during the lunch break, we will work together with CHI 2020 leadership for options of having food served directly on the premises of the workshop.
We have also requested a student volunteer to be assigned throughout the entirety of the workshop to ensure quick relays of emerging accessibility needs.
Next to the general accessibility information regarding the conference venue, we will work closely with the accessibility chairs to ensure that sign language translation and closed captioning for our workshop. Please let us know of sign language requirements beyond ASL.
Fragrances can cause headaches, nausea, rashes, and other intense adverse reactions in people with various chemical sensitivities. Please help us create a low fragrance event to protect other attendees from illness by limiting the use of scented hygiene products.