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    MOOC: Understanding Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

    'Understanding Multiple Sclerosis (MS)' is a free online course that aims to improve understanding and awareness of MS. Members of the public will increase their knowledge of MS-related issues and those in the MS Community will be empowered to create and contribute to personalised MS management plans.

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    AHEAD Conference Ireland - Videos

    A number of keynote videos are available from the March 2019 Association for Higher Education Access and Disability (AHEAD) Ireland Conference. 

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    AutismCRC: Investment round

    Autism CRC is now accepting Expressions of Interest for projects that support our vision to see autistic people empowered to discover and use their diverse strengths and interests.  In this investment round AutismCRC is looking for projects that fall into two categories: Innovation Projects and Utilisation Projects.

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    NCSEHE competitive research grants

    Expressions of Interest invited: Competitive grants to improve low SES student, low SES Indigenous student, and low SES regional and remote student and student influencer access to information about higher education study options, pathways, and careers. EOI submissions due 3 May 2019.

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    EPHEA Conference: Early bird regos & paper submissions open

    Early bird registrations and submissions for refereed papers are now open for the EPHEA & NAEEA biennial conference.  The conference will run from Sunday 24 to Wednesday 27 November 2019 at the University of Wollongong Innovation Campus.

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    Survey: Sharing information about disability, health, injury and illness

    The National Disability Coordination Officer (NDCO) is starting work on a new project that aims to support people with disability to build skills and confidence to share information about disability with potential education providers and employers. This includes information about adjustments or supports that may be needed.

    How can you help? We need as many people as possible who have a lived experience of disability to complete a survey. Have you shared or tried to share information about your disability with an education provider or employer? Is this you? We’d love to hear from you!

    This survey is completely anonymous. Survey closes 29 April 2019.


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    Research Project: The use of text-to-speech tools and talking books for university studies

    Anna Hampson Lundh, a Senior Research Fellow at Curtin University is looking for people who are blind or vision impaired who are willing to be interviewed about their use of text-to-speech tools, talking books, and other audio-based technologies to read for their university studies.

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    ABC radio: Neurodiversity and the Digital Divide

    How do our neurological differences shape the way we experience the web?

    Autistic advocate Kathy Isaacs and Wojciech Nadachowski from the national Cooperative Research Centre for Autism join technology director at Today Mark Davis to discuss the lack of accessibility standards for neurodiverse people online.

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    MDI: Seed Funding & Community Grants

    The Melbourne Disability Institute (MDI) is committed to facilitating disability research that is interdisciplinary and can demonstrate significant impact on the well-being of people with disability, their families and carers. One of the ways in which this will achieve this is by providing funding to academics and community organisations.  There will be four streams of funding: seed funding for research, community grants, research translation (coming soon) and event support (coming soon).

    The research seed funding and community grants program are now open for application; researchers and community organisations can apply for funding to support pilot projects and community-led projects.

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    ADCET Newsletter - February 2019

    Latest news, events, weblinks and articles.

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