ADCET Newsletter: May 2022
We are pleased to announce two new upcoming ADCET webinars:
- RMIT in conjunction with ADCET: What’s next for Digital Accessibility? A cross-institutional discussion on where we've come from, harnessing the COVID disruption and embedding digital equity in what's next.
- Sharing stories and ideas for change with the Disability Royal Commission. This webinar will provide key information about the Disability Royal Commission and how to use it as a means for storytelling and positive change in the tertiary education sector.
And there is also still plenty of time to register for the Managing complex and challenging mental health situations webinar.
Looking across the sector, we're proud to have partnered with the LX.lab at the University of Technology Sydney to promote accessible resources that support educators. You can also check out our latest Disability Practice in the Spotlight: deafConnectEd - Changing the conversation on supporting students who are Deaf or hard of hearing, to find out about deafConnectEd and the services they provide for students, teachers, interpreters and notetakers.
Don't forget that this month we are celebrating ‘Accessibility in Action’ across the Australian Tertiary sector as part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2022! Nominate a person, team, project or organisation that actively improves accessibility for staff and students for an Accessibility in Action Award and register to come along to our Celebrating Accessibility in Action online event on Wednesday 18 May 2022.