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The Ideas Factory is an online community seeking to build credible evidence about how technology can enhance the lives of people with lifelong disability. This knowledge and information will come from sharing lived experience, practice-based evidence and research.

The types of technologies include assistive technologies and medical devices, software, processes as well as enabling environments that can assist people with their rehabilitation and to live well in the community. We are interested in off-the-shelf technology that is not yet fit for purpose, as well as the creation of bespoke technology to meet individual needs. 

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ADCET Guideline: Supporting Deaf and Hard of Hearing Learners in Online Environments

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Arran King
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These guidelines have been written by a team of disability, accessibility and education design specialists, many of whom are Deaf and hard of hearing themselves, to address the challenges around the provision of inclusive online education exacerbated by COVID-19. If you are a disability practitioner, educator (e.g. teacher of the Deaf, lecturer) or student who is Deaf or hard of hearing, these guidelines have been produced for you. (November 2020)

Access both the standard and accessible guidelines here: https://www.adcet.edu.au/resource/10475/guidelines-supporting-deaf-and-hard-of-hearing-students-online

 
Posted : 16/06/2021 11:44 pm
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