Events

Training visit to NKUA, Athens, Greece

Training visit to NKUA, Athens, Greece

November 21 2022 · Athens (Greece)

Seminar

Within WP2.3 task (Professional development and capacity building of partner country staff training visit) of the Edu4ALL project (Disability as diversity: The inclusion of students with disabilities in higher education), Edurne Larraza-Mendiluze and Nestor Garay-Vitoria were trained in Athens between 21st and 25th November, 2022.

Training visit to Int@E UG, Leipzig, Germany

Training visit to Int@E UG, Leipzig, Germany

June 27 2022 · Leipzig

Seminar

Within WP2.3 task (Professional development and capacity building of partner country staff training visit) of the Edu4ALL project (Disability as diversity: The inclusion of students with disabilities in higher education), Myriam Arrue and Nestor Garay-Vitoria were trained in Leipzig between 27th June and 1st July, 2022.

Willian Loughborough Memorail keynote in the Web4All 2022 conference

Willian Loughborough Memorail keynote in the Web4All 2022 conference

April 26 2022 · Lyon/On-line

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Abstract: The undeniable progress in Web Accessibility can be contrasted with the scant impact on its application to the real Web world. This problem is especially serious when the Web is the only way to obtain specific services. In some countries, fundamental procedures such as interaction with Administration, health services, or banks, can exclusively be accessed through the Web. This issue became even more evident during the COVID-19 pandemic, when a significant sector of the population that does not have access to the Internet experienced important barriers to manage their situation. In addition to the technical problems, the digital and gender divide, which have a decisive effect on accessibility and condition the exercise of civil rights, are often disregarded by Web Accessibility studies. In this talk we will present our work on the accessibility of Administration’s websites and, in addition, we will discuss the need of considering non-technological accessibility barriers to find ways to alleviate them.

Lecture about Assistive Technology for Older Adults and People with Disability at Chang Gung University (Taiwan)

Lecture about Assistive Technology for Older Adults and People with Disability at Chang Gung University (Taiwan)

March 29 2022 ·

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On March 29, Dr. Sandra M. Espín Tello gave a lecture on the use of assistive technology in older adults and people with disabilities for master’s students in Occupational Therapy at Chang Gung University (Taiwan). During the session, the most recognized theoretical models on which both the design and recommendations/prescriptions of assistive technology are based (or should be based) were reviewed, the acceptance and abandonment of assistive technology based on the lifespan perspective were analyzed, different types of classification were explained and, finally, a review of the research studies that are being carried out in EGOKITUZ on the use and design of assistive technology was carried out. The students were highly interested during the lecture, and there was a rich discussion at the end of the session, especially regarding the differences and similarities in the assistive technology provision between Taiwan and Spain.

Edu4All project meeting at the Faculty of Computer Science from January 10 to 14, 2022

Edu4All project meeting at the Faculty of Computer Science from January 10 to 14, 2022

January 10 2022 · Ada Lovelace Room- Faculty of Informatics (UPV/EHU)

Between the next 10th and 14th of January, there will be some training sessions of the Edu4All project (Disability as Diversity: The Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in Higher Education, code: 618103-EPP-1-2020-1-PS-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP) of type Erasmus + CBHE in the Faculty of Informatics. The training sessions have been organized by the members of the Egokituz research group with the support of the Hegalak Zabalik Foundation. Project members from Palestine, Jordan, Greece and Germany, along with the Egokituz group as well as members of local associations, will join in this meeting. The main aim of the training sessions is to analyze the functioning of the Disability Care Services of the University of the Basque Country in order to apply the knowledge obtained from the experiences here to start up similar services in the universities of Palestine and Jordan. More information about the project: https://www.ptuk.edu.ps/projects/edu4all/

Training visit to NKUA, Athens, Greece

Training visit to NKUA, Athens, Greece

October 18 2021 · Athens

Seminar

Within WP2.3 task (Professional development and capacity building of partner country staff training visit) of the Edu4ALL project (Disability as diversity: The inclusion of students with disabilities in higher education), Myriam Arrue and Nestor Garay-Vitoria were trained in Athens between 18th and 22th October, 2021.