ArchaeoCon 2023: Accessibility Guide

The AIA is committed to improving the accessibility of ArchaeoCon.  We are still learning about the best ways to bring content to everyone and we welcome your feedback. Please send comments and suggestions to

The AIA is currently planning to make ArchaeoCon 2023 accessible in many of the ways that ArchaeoCon 2022 was. We will post an updated plan here soon!

2022 Accessibility Guide (for reference)

The following accessibility features will be part of ArchaeoCon 2022:

Live events

The presentations by Heather Hurst and James Delgado will include ASL translation provided by Trailblazing Interpreters, LLC and we will also enable auto captioning on Zoom. Due to Zoom limitations on mobile devices and tablets, participants interested in accessing ASL interpretation should log in using the desktop version of Zoom.

Corrected closed captions will be available for the Roman Bread workshop and Q&A will occur in the Zoom chat /Q&A windows.

On Demand Content

Corrected closed captions will be available for the two video interviews with Kara Cooney and Debby Sneed.

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