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GATHER Day 1 Session 1 RecordingIncludes:

  • 'Dragon Voice Control: Uses for Everyone'  -  William Nolan University Limerick
  • 'Matching Student & Technology (MST) Assessment Process'  -  Andrew Costello Trinity College Dublin

Gather Day 1 Session 2 Recording

Includes:

  • 'Finding the Right Fit - Individualised Assisitive Technology'  -  Sue Meehan University College Dublin
  • 'The UDL Educational Journey to FET and Beyond'  -  Jeremy Wren Kerry ETB and Jean Reale Mary Immaculate College
  • 'Accessible Social Media - Image' - Jess Dunne AHEAD

Gather Day 2 Session 1 Recording

Includes:

  • 'Building the Capacity of our National AT Ecosystem through the Development of an AT Passport'  -  Siobhan Long Enable Ireland
  • 'Barriers & Solutions for AT Adoption for Students in Post-Primary FE & HE - A Discussion'  -  Jane Brennan Munster Technological University and Angela Costelloe South East Technological University 

Gather Day 2 Session 2 Recording

Includes:

  • 'Getting Started with AT - Office Suite & Building AT Capacity'  -  Anna Merrick Pearse College of Further Education Dublin
  • 'Exploring Web Accessibility Challenges with Third Level Students with Cognitive Disabilities'  -  Sara Gartland NUI Galway
  • 'Accessible Social Media - GIF' - Jess Dunne AHEAD

Gather Day 3 Session 1

Includes:

  • 'Is AT Everyone's Business? Free Technology to Make Learning Easier course/resource'  -  Deirdre Madden University College Cork
  • 'Is there still such a thing as AT? Rethinking the Conceptualization of Assistive Technology within Accessibility services in Higher Education'  -  Frederic Fovet Royal Roads University Canada

 

Gather Day 3 Session 2

Includes:

  • 'An Apple a Day - An Overview of Apple Features / Apps'  -  James Northridge University College Cork
  • 'Fireside Chat of Lived Experiences from a Blind Student & AT'  -  Paul Geoghegan TU Dublin Student and Stuart Lawlor Sight and Sound
  • 'Thinking about AT' - Trevor Boland AHEAD 

 

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