The University of Cincinnati hosted its annual digital inclusion day, a conference at UC Blue Ash to promote electronic accessibility.
The June 5 conference drew attendees inside and outside the UC community to learn about how to incorporate accessibility into their everyday work materials.
Bleuzette Marshall, vice president of equity and inclusion, kicked off the meeting by encouraging attendees to share what they learned with colleagues, friends and family.
“We want to make sure all members of the community can live, love, learn, work, grow and thrive in a safe, supported environment,” Marshall said. “A digitally inclusive community is important to vibrant economic and civic participation.”