This free hands on workshop is run by the Tayside Right to Speak Project and SCTCI (Scottish Centre for Technology for the Communication Impaired) who specialise in providing people who have communication impairments with the support they need.
Date: March 4th
Time: 1.30 -4.00pm
Registration now open, limited spaces, please download the flyer for more information on the Workshop.
Seminar: Voice@Work with Jan-Oliver Wülfing und Prof Gregor Renner
This seminar will address employment issues faced by people who use AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication).
Jan will present his project Voice@Work which had the aim to develop a guide for employers for the inclusion of people with complex communication needs (CCN) in an ergonomically designed regular workplace.
Download the flyer with more information on the seminar and the speakers (PDF).
The Seminar takes place at the Dundee AAC Group in two weeks time for our weekly seminars:
Wednesday, 11 February 2015, 12pm
Queen Mother Building (download PDF map, building 26)
School of Computing, Univeristy of Dundee
You can download the guide for employers on inclusion of people with complex communication needs (CCN) in an ergonomically designed regular workplace from Jan’s academia website: Inklusion in den 1. Arbeitsmarkt – es geht! Leitfaden zur gesundheitsgerechten Gestaltung von Arbeit für unterstützt kommunizierende Personen (sorry, only in German).
(DAAC Research) The College of Art, Science and Engineering (CASE) at the University of Dundee offers up to 10 PhD studentships in partnership with the China Scholarship Council (CSC), waiving all tuition fees for successful applicants. A list of available CSCS projects at CASE is available on their website. We are excited to be able to offer three projects within the research field of AAC:
You can find more information on the all CSC Scholarships on the University website. Deadlines for applications: 15th January 2015
Interesting article about Eddie, a member of our Aphasia iPad Group at the School of Computing, in the Courier.
Take a look at the article facsimile or read the transcribed text here:
Assistant Principal and Head of Technology at Scope’s Beaumont College, Rohan Slaughter, visited the School of Computing today to report and discuss a new role in education, the Assistive Technologist.
His presentation defined the Assistive Technologist (AT) role as it is used at Scope’s Beaumont College and at other Colleges around the Country with a view to discussing how we can train assistive technologists in future. In presenting and defining the role he drew on the practical experiences of developing and implementing the role at Beaumont College and at other Colleges. Beaumont College has worked in partnership with two other independent specialist colleges to deliver the Jisc funded Dart project.