We are delighted to announce details of this seminar, which is hosted in conjunction with the Visually Impaired Computer Society of Ireland (VICS) and which will explore innovations in a range of new and emerging technology.
Technology is connected with everything that we do, whether we’re in work, studying, on the move, or relaxing at home. We are connected to many services and have numerous options when it comes to how we interact with these services.
This seminar aims to discuss some current and emerging technology. There will be lots of time for questions and hands-on with the many gadgets on show on the day.
Saturday 4 March 2017, from 11:00 to 3:30 pm
NCBI Rehabilitation Training Centre, Whitworth Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9.
A light lunch will be provided free of charge.
|11:00||Welcome and overview||Tony Murray (VICS) and Stuart Lawler (NCBI)|
|11:10||Freedom with the NVDA Screen Reader||Ronan McGuirk|
|11:30||Access to Accessibility: How do we access information if we don’t know where to find it?||Rachel Kane|
|11:50||Exploring the world of Android||David Nason|
|12:10||Low-cost Braille technology with the Canute refreshable multi-line display||Stuart Lawler|
|12:30||Listening in with Sonos Technology||Brian Dalton|
|13:30||VICS AGM followed by Open Forum – Questions and Answers||Tony Murray and/or John Delaney to facilitate|
|15:00||Close of session and time for hands-on with the technology|
For further information:
Please contact Stuart Lawler at NCBI to reserve your place on 087 9926360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org