Accessibility 2.0 is a one-day conference looking at practical solutions to accessibility problems in Web 2.0 applications. It is being held in London on Friday 25 April, 2008.
The event is being held by AbilityNet, a charity that helps disabled people use computers and the internet by adapting and adjusting their technology.
The day will cover areas such as user-generated content, tools to watch or avoid and assistive technologies.
There is also a session looking at how to build a social network for disabled users. It will use the Disability Information Portal (DIP) as a case study. This is a Web 2.0 site for disabled people, developed by Leonard Cheshire Disability.
It sounds like a very interesting day – registration closes at 3pm on Wednesday 23 April, so book soon if you want to attend.