It is the policy of ASAE to hold meetings, conferences and other professional events where barriers of any type do not exclude people from attending or participating.

Find information pertaining to access at ASAE Technology Exploration Conference (TEC) Virtual below.

Visual Impairment

Use of Personal Assistant

The TEC Virtual platform, eShow, has limited compatibilities with screen reader software.  While some pages of the show will be accessible, not every space will work with the users' screen reader. Should you have additional questions please contact or call 202.626.2888. 

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Hearing Impairment

Closed Captioning

Content shown in the TEC Virtual theater will have closed captioning available for all sessions. 

Google Chrome's live captioning tool is compatible with the virtual platform. Follow these instructions to enable live captioning.

For additional information please contact Vivienne Oxford at

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Presenter Resources

Access Information for Presenters

For information about accessibility services provided for registrants, visit our Access webpage. If you are a presenter requiring specific accommodations please contact or 202.626.2888.

Accessible PowerPoint

The ASAE Access team in conjunction with the ASAE Learning team has created the following guidelines for creating accessible PowerPoint.

  • Use the Accessible PowerPoint Template developed by the ASAE Access Team in conjunction with the ASAE Learning Team
  • Describe the content of graphic slides orally during their presentation
  • Have sufficient text descriptions of graphs and tables for presentations posted online or sent digitally
  • If using video, make sure the video is captioned
  • Use the PowerPoint default font of 44-point bold font for headings
  • Use 32-point font or higher for bullets
  • Include no more than 6 lines of text on each slide

Reaching Participants with Vision Impairments:

  • Describe slides briefly. Example: "This slide covers these three key points…", "This graph illustrates these key points."
  • Avoid pointing to something on the slide and using words like "this, that, these, and those," unless you indicate what "this" means. Example: "This map shows…" (not "This shows…"). People who can't see you pointing to a slide don't know what "this" used alone means.
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