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January 10, 2021

Reimagining Mobility: A Conversation with Sara Hendren

This UW CREATE event has passed. Continue for a summary and to watch the entire online session. Sign up for future Reimagining Mobility Conversations. To launch the Reimagining Mobility Conversation Hub series we could think of no better guest speaker than Sara Hendren. Part of reimagining is examining the current state of the world, reframing…


October 13, 2020

UW CREATE leadership at ASSETS 2020

UW CREATE has a large and quality presence at ASSETS 2020, the premier annual conference for accessible computing research. Drawing from three departments, University of Washington authors contributed to six papers and two posters to be presented at this year’s online conference. Three of our papers were nominated for best paper! Seven members also served…


October 5, 2020

Reimagining Mobility: CREATE Conversation Hub

What constitutes mobility and who gets to define it? How do we move and explore the world? What barriers and assumptions limit mobility?  How do we support all forms of mobility throughout the lifespan? Mobility is about more than how we get from Point A to Point B. Regardless of form, mobility is a medium through…


September 9, 2020

Quarterly seminar on accessibility research

The CREATE Accessibility Seminar launched Fall quarter 2020. Led by Anne Spencer Ross and Jennifer Mankoff, the grad student seminar will explore a variety of topics relating to accessibility and technology. CSE 590w – Accessibility Research SeminarSign up for credit by email. general description | time schedule (UW ID required) Most recently, in Winter 2021,…


August 13, 2020

Richard Ladner Receives 2020 Public Service Award from National Science Board

National Science Board | August 11, 2020 Dr. Richard Ladner, CREATE’s Director for Education, has been named the 2020 recipient of the Public Service Award for an individual from the National Science Board (NSB). In recognizing Ladner, the board cited his exemplary science communication, diversity advocacy, and well-earned reputation as the “conscience of computing.” “When…