Educational sessions

For the conference in Paris we have received a high number of proposals for workshops and educational sessions. This makes the conference an extremely interesting learning event for professionals in specialist and non specialist services supporting people with disabilities and older adults, end users of AT, as well as for researchers and policymakers!

Overview of confirmed educational sessions

Involving users in AT design: Sharing failures – unconference-style
Service modelling for AT: principles, tools, and practical value
How to train people with disabilities across Europe to provide feedback on web accessibility issues
Digital skills development to support independent living – the Hands on SHAFE experience
Communication aids: beyond face to face communication!
When mainstream technology doesn’t meet the user’s needs!
Cognitive Accessibility Design Workshop
SEURO tools workshop: Co-creating digital organisational assessment tool to support the transferability of digital health innovations in practice.
The Wheelchair Skills Program: A ‘gold-standard’ for assessment and training
Challenges for assistive technologies that target older adults: Using examples from AAL funded projects.
Advancing Social Inclusion through Technology and Empowerment (a-STEP) COST Action CA19104
How to Make Content Usable for People with Learning and Cognitive Disabilities
Digital Readiness for the Vocational Training of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities: a Story of Fortunate Consequences and Deliberations
Training in Assistive Products: Introducing the World Health Organization’s Innovative Online Open Access Training Resource to Grow the Global AT Workforce.
Assistive Technologies for older adults to age-in-place; gaining knowledge about the criteria
Requirements and Design Principles for co-design workshops involving people with a visual impairment.
Applying accessibility maturity models to measure the accessibility of organizations.

What is an educational session?

Educational sessions are part of the Inclusion Forum.

An educational session can have different formats, such as a lecture, a workshop, a tutorial or a seminar.

They are fully integrated in the conference programme as parallel session.

They should have well defined learning outcomes (which should help the participants to the conference to choose to attend or not).

They will be scheduled in dedicated rooms and target students, practitioners, and all those that want to increase their competences in any of the conference topics.

They can have one or more speakers.

The typical timeslot for an Educational session in the programme is 60 minutes, but longer sessions are possible.