Accessibility for Assessments

CSUN 2019 Conference

Below is a list of Pearson presentations from the 2019 CSUN Assistive Technology Conferenc presented by Pearson's Accessibility Team for Assessments. If you have questions about any of our presentations, please email us.


Developing Web Accessibility Educational Resources with W3C WAI

Learn about new and in-progress education and outreach materials, how you can use them in your own training, and other efforts to advance accessibility.

  • Presenters: Shawn Henry, Brent Bakken, Eric Eggert

Impact of Digitalization on Math Learning: Students with Visual Impairments

As schools are utilizing digital math materials, accessibility often becomes an even greater challenge: an exploration of what has been, is now, and could be.

Integrating Braille and Assistive Technology for Success in Math

Hard copy braille and electronic materials/assessments using assistive technology can go hand-in-hand to promote success in math for students with visual impairments.

Pack Up Your AT and Go to College!

AT strategies to support learning and self-advocacy as students transition from high school to college, including post-graduate students' perspectives on their college experience.

  • Presenters: Karen McRitchie, Shari Butler, David Savarese

Tactile Graphics: Teacher Perceptions for Students with Visual Impairments

A survey of teachers of students with visual impairments indicated that teachers perceive vision to play a significant role when accessing and understanding graphs.

Reading, Writing, Arithmetic: Experiences of US Students with Disabilities

Details of disability's impact on the lives of college students derived from 17 student interviews. Categories and sample personas inform education stakeholders responsible for inclusion.

Build an Inclusive Team

Understanding the issues and benefits around employing persons with disabilities and strategies to create an inclusive team.