Terrill Thompson is technology accessibility specialist with the University of Washington and DO-IT. Terrill's primary role in this position is to promote information technology (IT) accessibility by developing resources, delivering lectures and workshops, providing consultation to a wide variety of constituents, and conducting research. Terrill has over twenty years experience in the IT accessibility field, and has presented internationally at numerous conferences and consulted widely with local and state government, private industry, and K-12 and postsecondary education entities on IT accessibility issues.
For additional information, see Terrill's vita.
This table contains links to slides, handouts, and other relevant resources from a few of Terrill's most recent talks, listed here in descending chronological order. Unless otherwise indicated, slides are generally provided in two formats, Microsoft PowerPoint (requires PowerPoint) and Adobe PDF (requires Adobe Reader).
|Event||Title of Talk||Date||Slides/Resources|
|Northwest Universal Design Council||Is Your Digital Communication Accessible?||April 14, 2016|