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Supporting Students with Disabilities in the Physical Sciences

This workshop will look at the implications of SENDA for the physical sciences and at the "reasonable adjustments" that can be made.

Sessions which may be of particular interest include:


  • 11:25-12:00 - Using technology to support students by Lawrie Phipps, TechDis.

  • 12:00-12:30 - Supporting blind and partially sighted students: How to provide access to graphical materals - Diana Maniati, University of Hertfordshire and NCTD.

  • 14:15-14:45 - Chemistry multimedia resources - Tony Rest, University of Southampton.



Cost: Free to delegates from UK Higher Education.

Date: 09 June, 2004
Venue: Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, England.
Event website: http://dbweb.liv.ac.uk/ltsnpsc/workshop/SupportingStudentsWithDisabilitiesInThePhysicalSciences.asp
Contact email: ltsn-psc@hull.ac.uk

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