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Fourth CETIS-TechDis Accessibility Special Interest Group (SIG) Partnership Meeting.

The agenda will include:

  • Creating Accessible e-Learning: Projects at Applied Computing, Dundee University - David Sloan.

  • News about Specifications - Andy Heath, Sheffield Hallam University

  • I T Training For Visually Impaired, Unemployed Graduates - Adrian Higginbotham, University of Salford.

  • The Role of the User in Determining Accessibility - Adrian Higginbotham, University of Salford.

  • Discussion Session.

There is no charge for attending the meeting and lunch will be provided.

Please note that this meeting also runs back-to-back with the CETIS Learning Design Workshop - a two day workshop, organised by the CETIS Educational Content Special Interest Group (EC SIG) and the CETIS Pedagogy Forum, which will be held on Tuesday 28th October and Wednesday 29th October 2003, at Learning and Teaching Scotland, Glasgow. Further details are available from

Date: 27 October, 2003
Venue: Learning and Teaching Scotland, Glasgow, Scotland
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