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Assistive Technologies - Everything Access and Teaching Staff Should Know
This 90 minute webinar will feature a panel of Assistive technology (AT) staff who will share their insights and experiences in working with students and staff across the tertiary sector. When: Thursday 23 February
ADCET Assist - New sessions now available
This service offers 1 on 1 and small group online sessions to assist educators and disability support staff in the tertiary sector with all those burning queries relating to Accessibility, Teaching and Assistive Technology.
Using lived experience to transform culture, learning and experience
The lived experience of staff is being put to use for the benefit of the whole academic community at the University of Sydney thanks to the passion and dedication of the volunteers behind the Disability At Work Network (DAWN).
Congrats to our quiz winner
Dr Marit Kragt from the University of Western Australia (UWA) was the lucky winner of a $100 gift voucher for correctly answering our fun and informative quiz during our 20 years with ADCET celebration.
USEP/TSEP Toolkits now on ADCET
Online graduate toolkits for university and TAFE colleges are now available. These toolkits assist to implement and maintain a partnership with a Specialist Employment Service that works with students in their last year of study to navigate employment opportunities and support aspirations.
What now? Synthesising strategic tips for the next decade of UDL development
The recording for the UDL Masterclass - ‘What now? Synthesising strategic tips for the next decade of UDL development’ is now available. The session was facilitated in person by international inclusive education expert Fredric Fovet.
What People Say
As a newcomer to the tertiary education sector, ADCET has been an enormous source of information, wisdom and support in all things education related. I’ve worked in the disability sector for over 30 years and ADCET is by far the most comprehensive and professional resource I have ever come across. The collegiality and willingness of practitioners across the country to share their knowledge and expertise is truly inspirational.Michelle Anderson, ManagerAccess & Inclusion, University of SA
ADCET provides the Tertiary Education Sector with the most up to date current professional training. The webinars provided professional training over the breadth of a worker’s carer. This training has embedded a high quality of service across Tertiary Education Sector in Australia.Liz Sullivan, ManagerUniAccess, Student Success and Wellbeing, University of Western Australia
When I arrived in Australia 8 years ago and then landed my first role as a disability practitioner on Aussie soil, ADCET was my source of truth! I was the only disability advisor in the university and having ADCET to refer to ensured that I aligned with best practice in the sector. I have also referred countless academics and students to the website, to explore teaching strategies and assistive technology options. ADCET ensures that we as practitioners are all on the same page which benefits students with disability in tertiary education. Thank you ADCET for supporting us to support students with disability equitably, and I look forward to the next 25 years!Veronica Nelson, Access and Inclusion AdvisorUniversity of SA
A TAFE QLD practitioner for 28 years; I moved into a disability educational role in 2017. The ADCET team and their amazing suite of innovative and inclusive resources immediately made me feel comfortable, in control and totally supported. Through their modelling and encouragement I now get involved with the development and trialling of resources for our industry! The ADCET team genuinely cares for student and practitioner growth, both professionally and personally.Meredith Jackson, Leading Vocational TeacherStudent Support, TAFE Queensland
As a disability practitioner who often provides discrete support to our students, ADCET has been my ‘go-to’ resource for technology know-how, practitioner best practice and often just the simple but vital confirmation that I’m doing the best I can for our students engagement, independence and progression. ADCET is a wonderful resource. Happy 20th birthday!Brandon Taylor, ManagerTAFE Queensland
- Practice Spotlight: Using lived experience to transform culture, learning and experience
- ADCET News: Celebrating 20 Years with ADCET: Congrats to Dr. Marit Kragt for Winning Our Quiz!
- ADCET News: USEP/TSEP Toolkits now on ADCET
- ADCET News: New Inclusive Teaching Resources
- ADCET News: Darlene McLennan wins EPHEA Lifetime Member Award
- ADCET News: Media Release: University Guidelines Set the Standard for ICT Accessibility
- ADCET Webinar: Assistive Technologies - Everything Access and Teaching Staff Should Know
- MHPN Webinar: Mental health and wellbeing in autistic youth and young adults during transitions
- Conference: Texthelp's Mission Maths
- AHEAD's 2023 Conference - Ireland
- Round Table Conference 2023
- Conference: Students Transitions Achievement Retention & Success (STARS) 2023
Sector news & positions vacant
- Job: Senior Equitable Learning & Disability Support Advisor - Chisholm Institute
- Sector News: Disability advocates criticise 'discriminatory' university plans to end remote learning
- Sector News: Intopia: Accessibility Training 2023
- Sector News: 150 Years of Universal Education in Australia: Progress made & remaining challenges for students with disability
- Sector News: ADCET congratulates Mr Graeme Innes AM on his appointment as Chancellor for CQUniversity
- Sector News: CDU changing the environment for neurodivergent students and staff with new partnership
Latest links & articles
- Article: “Every little thing that could possibly be provided helps”: analysis of online first-year chemistry resources using the universal design for learning framework
- Article: Ameliorating disadvantage: Creating accessible, effective, and equitable careers and study information for low socioeconomic students (NCSEHE)
- Article: Disability and Australian higher education: The case for an Accessible model of disability support
- Article: Exploring universal design for learning as an accessibility tool in higher education: a review of the current literature
- Podcast: Podcast: Affirming LGBTIQA+ people with disability
- Article: NCVER: VET student outcomes 2022