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  • Video

    Webinar: Sonocent Audio Notetaker - more than just a digital note taking tool

    ADCET and the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) presented this webinar in August 2018. 

    In this presentation Jim Sprialis outlined in greater detail how the various advanced features of the software are utilised to: more effectively manage captured spoken information in a live (or recorded) lecture; create study guides from a single (or series) of lectures; generate written text for assignments; create audio books from pdf documents; and, create summary notes of flipped content (e.g from online videos or webinars).

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    Teachers' Toolkit. For students with little or no speech

    The Teachers' Toolkit aims to helps teachers provide an inclusive education to students with communication support needs.  The Toolkit provides information and practical step-by-step recommendations for supporting students with little or no speech, so that they may reach their highest potential both academically and socially.

  • Video

    MathML and LaTeX Webinar

    Webinar demonstrating how to use math accessibility tools MathML and LaTeX. From Penn State (USA).

  • Web link

    American Association of Blind Teachers - US

    The American Association of Blind Teachers website is intended to assist blind and vision impaired teachers in their work, to help students make more effective use of the Internet in their classes, to aid school administrators in understanding the capacities of visually impaired teachers, and enable parents of blind and visually impaired children to better help their child.

  • Article

    NCSEHE: Equity Performance and Accountability

    New research by NCSEHE 2017 Equity Fellow Matt Brett (La Trobe University) has identified opportunities for recalibrating and strengthening evaluation at a system level, through a process-driven approach.

    The Fellowship research sought to better understand how accountability for performance against equity policy goals and funding operates across the Australian higher education system. This entailed consideration of: how equity goals are defined; who defines equity goals; how equity goals are resourced; how performance against equity goals is monitored and reviewed; and what consequences arise from a level of equity performance.

  • Video

    Webinar: Gender diversity and mental illness | Students from an LGBTIQ backgrounds

    ADCET and the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) presented this webinar in July 2018. Gender diversity and mental illness. Students from an LGBTIQ background. What support is available?

    Why are students from the LGBTQI community disproportionately represented in mental health statistics? What should we be doing as a community to support them?

    For this webinar we were joined by four panellists, each representing a different view point from the tertiary setting. The panel, an academic, DA background, tutor and a student, are from diverse sections of the LGBTIQ community and they discussed their experiences and what they would find more inclusive and helpful when studying and working in a tertiary environment.

  • Article

    NDIS Teacher Resources 2018 Version

    This resource provides teachers with links to information about post school options to assist their students’ who are considering the post school options, including accessing the NDIS. School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES) is an NDIS funded post school support which aims to build capacity for school leavers with a disability, but this is only one option. 

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    Webinar: Making maths and STEM digital in the post-secondary education sector

    ADCET and the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) presented this webinar in June 2018. Greg O'Connor from texthelp introduced EquatIO. EquatIO a new tool for making digital maths and STEM simpler for students and teachers to create mathematical equations, formulas, graphs and more on their computer, or via a mobile device, tablet or Chromebook.

  • Article

    How to Transition to Tertiary Education. Helpful hints for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder - postcard

    Print ready version of the How to Transition to Tertiary Education. Helpful hints for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder postcard.

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    Diagram Centre

    The DIAGRAM Center is a research and development center whose goal is to dramatically change the way digital content for Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) is produced and accessed, so that students with disabilities are provided equal access to the general education curriculum, especially science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

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