Digitalization brings opportunities that allow us to live our daily lives differently. It has made it possible for us to be connected at a time when traveling, meeting, and working have been completely paralyzed. Indeed, digitalization has changed our lives and it has provided us with new ways of working… Continue Reading Right to connect now, right to work!
AAATE has launched a new Call for collaborative work with the specific objective to develop a competence framework for educators, teachers, trainers that support learners with disabilities to develop digital skills. AIAS Bologna, The European University of Cyprus, The University of Linz are already working on that. If you want… Continue Reading Open call for collaborative work
Assistive Technology plays an important role in initiatives of organisations like the WHO, the WIPO and networks such as AAATE and GAATO. The European Commission, in its recently launched Disability Strategy 2020-2030, has embraced Digital Accessibility as the main gateway to an inclusive society. EASPD organize a webinar series on… Continue Reading Assistive Technology: From policy to practice
The powerful and easily available technological tools we have today offer a variety of opportunities that can transform the pedagogical sector through the adoption of learner-centred teaching approaches. This advancement in technology brought forward a wide range of new opportunities in the education of learners with disabilities, aiming to reinforce… Continue Reading Contact our local partners to become an ENTELIS+ training materials tester!
Technological change has always expanded people’s possibilities by creating new opportunities and accelerating progress. The list of everyday life examples demonstrating how technology has made our lives easier is endless and wide-ranging. This is particularly true when we consider how the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the benefits of digitalisation. However,… Continue Reading Success factors on digital accessibility have been published!
On the 22nd of April 2021, the ENTELIS+ project partners met online instead visiting Saint John of God Community Services in Ireland. Even though partners regretted that they still can not meet in person it was a very fruitful meeting. In this phase of the project the first results of… Continue Reading ENTELIS+ 3rd Project Meeting
The ENTELIS+ workshop with the external experts of the Advisory Board was held on 26 of March. ENTELIS+ aims at developing and implementing innovative methods and practices to foster inclusive education and promote common values, as well as fostering digital skills and competences of digitally excluded groups, such as persons with… Continue Reading ENTELIS+ Validation workshop
The COVID-19 pandemic revealed the importance of developing and disseminating Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). Providing a wider range of solutions for staying safe and comfortable, for communicating when needed, and for remote support are indeed indispensable in order to to guarantee a sustainable health care model. Technologies are not… Continue Reading Connect with other professionals to bridge the digital divide
In the digital era, digital literacy is an inescapable asset to meaningfully participate in society. Due to a variety of reasons – such as the lack of experienced trainers, funds or adequate tools – persons with disabilities and elderly people are at risk of not receiving suitable training in the… Continue Reading Leave no one behind: bridging the digital divide
Take online action now with the #righttoconnectnow campaign On 3rd of December, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Entelis+ partners launched an awareness raising campaign called #righttoconnectnow, which will build on local communities in Europe that believe technology is an opportunity and not a barrier to inclusion. According… Continue Reading Inclusion through technology: the #righttoconnectnow campaign