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The Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) is a global hands-on web accessibility awareness program. Started by Knowbility in 1998 as a local hackathon in Austin, Texas, the program has evolved into an international competition. During an AIR build, teams of web developers sign up as volunteers, learn the latest techniques regarding accessibility through Knowbility's customized, intensive live trainings, and then those volunteers put their skills to work online building accessible web sites for nonprofits, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), charities, community groups, schools, artists (musicians, dance groups, painters, photographers, sculptors, poets, etc. who have public presentations of their art) and other mission-based initiatives. The main, annual competition is entirely online, involving more than 150 volunteers - making it a unique, highly-impactful and pioneering virtual volunteering event. There is also AIR-U, a version of this event for university students... AIR, the..
Also known as: Accessibility Internet Rally