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    The Changing Landscape for Accessible Information. Round Table Conference 2019

    Jane Britt writes: On May 5th and 6th 2019, I had the fortune of attending two days of the Round Table Conference on Print Disability in Brisbane. This conference brought together professionals from service providers, government departments and consumers to discuss the changing landscape for accessible information both nationally and internationally. The sessions focused on evidence-based research, technological advances and policy changes which have paved the way for the widespread availability and format expansion of accessible information.

     

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    Research Opportunity on Transition to University

    This research is being conducted by Alison Nuske, PhD Candidate at Flinders University SA.

    • Individuals on the autism spectrum who have transitioned to university, and their family members, are invited to participate in a study exploring their experiences of the transition to and first year of university in Australia. This research involves completing an online survey that should take no longer than 30 – 45 minutes to complete.
    • We are also seeking academic and professional university staff to complete a short online survey to share their experiences of supporting individuals on the autism spectrum in their transition to university.
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    ADCET Newsletter - May #2 2019

    Latest news, events, weblinks and articles. read more >>

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    Dr Ben Gauntlett - new Disability Discrimination Commissioner

    Dr Ben Gauntlett commenced his term as Disability Discrimination Commissioner on May 7, 2019.  Dr Gauntlett replaces Mr Alastair McEwin who was the Disability Discrimination Commissioner since 2016. 

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    Blind Citizens Australia - 2019 National Convention

    Blind Citizens Australia 2019 National Convention was held in Hobart this year.  The recordings of Convention Sessions and Workshops are now available.

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    ADCET Newsletter - May 2019

    Latest news, events, weblinks and articles. read more >>

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    Wrap Up: Blind Citizens Australia National Convention (Days 2 & 3)

    In March 2019 ADCET was a proud sponsor of the Blind Citizens Australia (BCA) National Convention held in Hobart.  Also, one of ADCET's newest staff members, Jane Britt attended and has sent through her thoughts and reflections on the Convention. 

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    Wrap Up: Blind Citizens Australia National Convention (Day 1)

    In March 2019 ADCET was a proud sponsor of the Blind Citizens Australia (BCA) National Convention held in Hobart.  Also, one of ADCET's newest staff members, Jane Britt attended and has sent through her thoughts and reflections on the Convention. 

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    Wrap Up: Blind Citizens Australia National Convention

    In March 2019 ADCET was a proud sponsor of the Blind Citizens Australia (BCA) National Convention held in Hobart.  Also, one of ADCET's newest staff members, Jane Britt attended and has sent through her thoughts and reflections on the Convention.

     

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    ADCET moves to Zoom

    In 2019 ADCET webinars will now be using the Zoom platform with the aim of providing a better user experience and greater accessibility features. Hear from Andrew Downie, one of the ADCET staff and a screen reader user, about his experience using Zoom.