We want to allow as many different people to participate as possible
If you have specific accessibility needs, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can collaborate about how best to provide accessibility for you throughout IDC 2020 and future events.
For People with Bodies
While this event does take place over a continuous 24-hour span, there will be moments for you to take a break, step away, or altogether disengage. The content is broken up into 6 different ‘Tracks’, each with its own emcee and content schedule. Don’t worry about missing content. We will record as much of IDC 2020 as possible to share with attendees soon after the event ends.
During the conference, be sure to take breaks in order to care for yourself. Pull out your headphones, do a few stretches and a few breathing exercises to get your body and mind moving and stimulated.
Blind and Visually Impaired
Our schedule is available in large print on the IDC 2020 website as well as via PDF for physical printing/enlargement. Your feedback is incredibly valuable if you have any comments or suggestions.
If you need additional assistance, we encourage our attendees to download and use the “Be My Eyes” app. The app connects those without impairments via a live video call to “lend their eyesight and support with everyday tasks." Visit www.bemyeyes.com for more information.
Deaf and Hearing Impaired
Real-time Closed Captions will be available for all IDC 2020 sessions and can be turned on/off individually by attendees based on your preference.
IDC 2020 as a virtual conference is a new format us, but making IDC and IDSA events more accessible is an active, ongoing process. We welcome your suggestions and ideas and would like to learn from your experiences. Please contact Austin Del Gallo.