In a new era of remote, in-person, and hybrid meeting models, organizers need to develop skills to ensure that all participants are able to attend, join in, and participate. Different people have different needs for attending meeting sessions, reviewing materials, and receiving your information, but technology, location, content, and accommodation issues all can present barriers to accessibility and inclusion. Presenters can provide a more successful interactive experience by understanding the variability of their audience, and ensuring that meeting activities, materials, and environments are as inclusive as possible for all participants, including people with disabilities.

In October 2021, Bailey Anderson and T.M. Weissenberger hosted a presentation for University of Iowa's ITS TechForum to share tips for inclusion and accessibility in remote, in-person, and hybrid meetings. In this section, you can review archived versions of the materials presented at TechForum '21.