Attracting over 1,000 NYC Department of Education educators, this unique virtual event is like no other! In fact, you'll feel like you're attending an in-person event: you'll come away feeling re-connected and newly inspired!


Plus, all attendees will be able to earn CTLE credits towards their Professional Development by
 logging in and attending the event live on November 2.


  • Speak virtually to staff at tech companies
  • Connect with peers on how they're supporting students and families
  • Connect with educators, librarians, tech SPOCs and more!


  • Support for students with IEPs
  • Accessible website platforms
  • Equitable access to school libraries
  • Earn CTLE credits for logging in and attending at the time of the event


  • Converse about accessibility and inclusion
  • Meet industry leaders
  • Discuss how to make school websites accessible


By attending this virtual professional development event, you will learn about:

  • Assistive technology and support
  • Accessible website platforms
  • Designing accessible digital content
  • Instructional resources for teaching information fluency and digital literacy
  • Transition planning
  • Plus, you'll also earn CTLE credits for logging in and attending on November 2!
  • And more!


There will be featured speakers, a wide array of workshops, panel discussions, vendor floor, a raffle, and a virtual Happy Hour (Tech-Tails!)


Young male teacher speaking through a headset

Join leading and inspiring educators from the NYC DOE as they discuss key topics affecting education right now

Young female teacher speaking through a headset

The event will include a thought-provoking virtual event agenda including our keynote Juan Felipe Herrera

Keynote Speaker: Juan Felipe Herrera, 21st U.S. Poet Laureate Consultant & author of acclaimed works of prose and poetry

Juan Felipe Herrera

Further details will be revealed soon. Be sure to check back for updates!

Virtual Exhibit hall
Sponsor booth example from out previous Beyond Access Forum
Speakers from the previous Beyond Access Forum
Lisa Nielson speaking