The Roundtable on Information Access for People with Print Disabilities is a forum of 40 organisations from Australia and New Zealand. Its upcoming conference will bring together influential thinkers in web accessibility, braille and audio description.
Someone with a print disability is defined as a person without sight, a person whose sight is severely impaired, a person unable to hold or manipulate books or to focus or move his or her eyes, or a person with a perceptual disability, such as dyslexia.
Organisations with speakers at the conference include Vision Australia, the Australian law Reform Commission, Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind. Media Access Australia has two speakers: CEO, Alex Varley, and project manager, Dr Scott Hollier.