The 2022 M-Enabling Summit is an on-site event. Individuals who want to attend the event in-person must register.  There is not a live virtual option for the overall conference attendance, except for some selected sessions taking place in our dedicated Global Studio which will be live streamed on the G3ict YouTube Channel. Schedule below.

In addition, the following online engagement options are available, even if you cannot attend in-person:

  • 2022 Innovation Sprint | On SLACK
    M-Enabling Summit is offering an online work group participation in the  2022 Innovation Sprint.  Working groups are free of charge to all interested parties. Participants can join up by filling out the Innovation Sign Up Page. Join now the discussion!
  • WebABLE TV Channel | Post-Summit Viewing
    In 2022, selected M-Enabling Summit proceedings sessions will be available post-Summit on the M-Enabling WebABLE TV Channel in November 2022 at no cost. Proceedings from past M-Enabling editions since 2011 are available for free at the page Webcasts and Videos – M-Enabling Summit.
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  • IAAP Webinar Archives | Become an IAAP Member
    Starting with this edition of the 2022 M-Enabling Summit, the IAAP-led sessions on Day 3 (October 26, 2022) will be available through IAAP members Archived Webinar Directory. Check out the Directory. If you are not an IAAP member Join Now
  • Global Studio Live Streaming on G3ict YouTube Channel
    In 2022, selected sessions taking place in the M-Enabling Summit Global Studio will be live streamed on the G3ict YouTube Channel. 

    • Monday, October 24, from 2:45-3:45 pm ET (Live Streamed Session)
      Next Steps for the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative | Fireside Chat
      With: Judy Brewer, Director, Web Accessibility Initiative, W3C and Michael Cooper, Senior Web Accessibility Specialist, Web Accessibility Initiative, W3C
      Moderated by Shadi Abou-Zhara, Principal Standards and Policy Manager, Amazon Device
    • Tuesday, October 25, 9:30 am ET (Video Statement Release)
      Video Statement of Congressman John Sarbanes (D-MD-03) on the “Websites and Software Applications Accessibility Act.”