Tell Skepticon how to be more accessible!

Lauren Lane has just put a post up on the Skepticon website asking for tips on how to make Skepticon more accessible.  She’s got some good starters:

Here are some things we are brainstorming to help kick off the conversation:

  • Ginormous signage
  • ASL Interpreters for as many talks as we can manage (Anyone know of awesome volunteers for this?)
  • Braille printed programs

It’s important to us here at Skepticon that everyone have the best experience possible over our convention weekend, so let us know what we can do to increase the amazeballness.

I know you guys are a pretty creative bunch.  What else can you think of?

Also, next month I’m going to dive hard into fundraising for Skepticon.  What antics could convince you guys to part with your hard-earned cash for a good cause?

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