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Friday 24 May 2019, Ireland

Assistive technology for students who have physical difficulties

What will I learn?

  • What is assistive technology (AT).
  • Advice on using your computer well to make best use of your Assistive Technology.
  • About touch-typing resources for different hand functions and alternative keyboard and mouse control.
  • About free adjustments that can be made to iPad and Windows to suit different physical abilities
  • About Dragon Naturally Speaking – you speak and it types what you say and possible free alternative.
  • About free reading features/programs on the iPad and for Windows to aid with stamina issues.
  • Advice on accessing teachers notes.
  • How to get access to electronic learning materials and texts.
  • About a variety of alternative text input options.
Wednesday 22 May 2019, Ireland

Intro to assistive technology to support reading difficulties

Event content: 

  • What is assistive technology (AT).
  • Advice on using your computer well to make the best use of your Assistive Technology.
  • About free reading features/programs on the iPad and for Windows
  • About how to get your phone to capture and read text aloud from hard copy of text
  • About the reading pens proposed for use in state exams.
  • Apps on the iPad to help with reading and capturing text.
  • To use the reading support features in Read & Write literacy support software.
  • How to create sound files of learning materials.
  • How to get access to electronic learning materials and texts.
Wednesday 5 June 2019, Poland

Przyszłość HR. Rynek pracy a niepełnosprawność

Jedną z największych barier wzrostu gospodarczego Polski jest niska podaż osób do pracy. Tymczasem w naszym w społeczeństwie funkcjonuje ponad 1️,2 miliona osób z różnymi niepełnosprawnościami biernych zawodowo. Przy odpowiednim ułożeniu procesów biznesowych z instrumentami polityk publicznych, co najmniej 400 tyś. z nich może zasilić rynek pracy.

Wednesday 10 April 2019 to Wednesday 8 May 2019, Spain

Curso para técnicos de inclusión laboral enfocado a personas con discapacidad en entornos artísticos y culturales

Curso dirigido a que los profesionales en contacto con el colectivo de personas con discapacidad puedan completar sus competencias profesionales con una formación, diseñada por los expertos del consorcio del proyecto ERASMUS+ 2017-1-FR01-KA202-03738 “ CLAP Hands : Creative Lab : Access to Profession for persons with HANDicap, especializada para profesionales que supervisan la inclusión laboral de personas con discapacidades en actividades artísticas y en su capacidad de acompañar los procesos de profesionalización en la artesanía y la cultura.

Thursday 13 June 2019, Austria

EPALE-Konferenz: Politische Erwachsenenbildung in Österreich und Europa: Ziele, Methoden und Zukuftsperspektiven

EPALE und Erasmus+ Erwachsenenbildung Konferenz 2019

13. Juni 2019 | 11:00–18:00 Uhr | SkyDome | Schottenfeldgasse 29 | 1070 Wien

Erwachsenenbildung hat eine Schlüsselrolle in der Vermittlung von Wissen zu Demokratie, Politik, politischen Prozessen und gesellschaftlichen Strukturen. Die Förderung der aktiven Bürgerschaft (Active Citizenship) von mündigen Bürgerinnen und Bürgern ist ein bildungspolitisches Ziel in Europa und wichtiges Element für den gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhalt in der Demokratie.

Thursday 28 March 2019, Ireland

Annual Social Policy Public Lecture - University College Dublin (UCD)

The School of Social Policy, Social Work & Social Justice at University College Dublin present their Annual Social Policy Public Lecture on the topic of "Poverty and Social Exclusion in the EU".

The lecture is being delivered by Professor Bea Cantillon, Professor of Social Policy & Director of the Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy, University of Antwerp.

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