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September is National Deaf Awareness Month and September 23rd is the International Day of Signed Languages! Enjoy this fun video from the Office of Accessible Education in celebration!

Stanford's Division of Pain Medicine

Pain Science Lecture Series

Monthly webinars to hear an educational lecture by our Stanford pain medicine and pain psychology fellows. Topics include chronic pain and pain management. Open to anyone interested in learning about chronic pain (adults only).

Recordings of the lectures are available on Stanford Pain Medicine’s YouTube channel.

If you'd like to be notified of future lectures, please join our email list.

July 15, 2021 | A Conversation with TL Lewis: Understanding the Intersection of Disability, Ableism, Racism, & Anti-Blackness (TL Lewis' blog here)

June 28, 2021 | Stanford Earth's Hidden Disabilities Panel

July 19, 2021 | This is What It's Really Like to Have ADHD

From WebCamp 2021

Accessibility, A Struggle To Remember

Accessibility is an important consideration for website development. This session takes a look at the history of disabilities.

From WebCamp 2021

Accessible Media

Accessibility is essential for developers and organizations that want to create high-quality websites and web tools, and not exclude people from using their products and services. If you’re in charge of your website, you have a lot of things to cover between keeping it up to date, entering and managing content, and making sure it's all accessible.

As part of an inclusive content strategy, how accessible is your media?

We'll do a deep dive into making your media (and social media) more accessible. We'll cover definitions, standards, guidelines, as well as images, videos, captions, media players, and more.

From WebCamp 2021


IDEAL IT ( is a suite of programs focused on diversifying recruitment, deepening inclusion and belonging, and increasing cultural awareness, competence, and understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) across Stanford IT.

In this session, you'll hear about each of the programs, and learn how they reflect our commitment to providing opportunities where individuals with diverse backgrounds can collaborate, grow, excel, and lead across different functions and disciplines.

From WebCamp 2021

DEI and Accessibility in Digital Spaces

With an increased awareness of DEI and accessibility in the world, are you keeping up online? This talk will highlight the importance of creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive in digital spaces and how you can create more accessible and inclusive sites at Stanford and beyond.

From WebCamp 2021

Simple Accessibility Practices for Website Content

For those unfamiliar with web accessibility principles, creating accessible online content can appear to be a daunting task. Additionally, there is often the perception that one must be a skilled accessibility expert in order to create and deliver accessible website materials. However, there exists a core set of accessibility practices that web developers, designers, and content authors can implement resulting in highly functional and accessible online content. Following simple practices for images, heading, links, and text as well as the basics for keyboard navigation and media content can lead to websites that are usable by a diverse audience. This session will identify simple accessibility best practices to consider for delivering accessible website content.

Crip Camp is on Netflix!

A summer camp for disabled youth galvanizes them to start a countrywide movement for disability rights.