The page is still under construction and developed with reference to CHI2023 accessibility requirements. More information will be up soon. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any accessibility enquires about attending OzCHI2022.
Who should I talk to if I have accessibility needs for attending OzCHI2022?
The Accessibility Chair for OzCHI2022 is Yichen Wang. If you have any accessibility needs or enquires such as wheelchair access, requesting transport during the conference, or any concerns related to accessibility, please email email@example.com. We will try our best to see what we can work out with our venue The Shine Dome.
General accessibility information about the conference venue
Most of the rooms in this venue are located on the ground floor, which is easy to access. It provides: - hearing loops and addition implementation if relevant needs are requested - a new air circulating system that provides ventilation for COVID-19 safety concern - an accessible unisex toilet - accessible parking around the venue and ANU Acton campus
More can be found here.
On Thursday 1 Dec, we are going to have a OzCHI creativity concert at Ainslie + Gorman Arts Centres, which you can check out the accessibility information in the link.
What are my public transport options for getting to the conference venue?
The Shine Dome is close to the ANU Acton campus, near the New Action Precinct.
It is a ~10 mins walk from Canberra Civic (murrays bus station) and ~10 mins from The Street Theatre which is next to the ANU campus.
If you arrive by flight, it takes ~35 mins from Canberra Airport by bus Line 3. There are also uber and taxi options at the airport which will take ~15-20mins to get to civic. More info here.
Ainslie + Gorman Arts Centres is located at Ainslie, the other side of Canberra civic. It takes ~15 mins to walk from The Shine Dome or ANU Acton Campus. More info here.
Do you offer arrangements for presenters with accessibility needs?
Yes, we offer arrangements based on a per request basis. If you would like a student volunteer to operate slides or guide you onto and off the stage, or have other accessibility requests please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will the conference be a alcohol-free environment?
Yes, OzCHI 2022 will be a alcohol-free conference.