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[Irl-dean] Cambridge Workshop on Universal Accessibility and Assistive Technology.

Tim Culhane tim.culhane at criticalpath.net
Tue Mar 28 15:55:00 IST 2006


Some people might  be interested in the below:


-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Jellinek [mailto:dan at headstar.com] 
Sent: 28 March 2006 15:50
To: eaccess at headstar.com
Subject: E-Access Bulletin Special Notice: Cambridge Workshop on Universal
Accessibility and Assistive Technology.


+++To All Readers of E-Access Bulletin:

++Special Notice: Cambridge Workshop on Universal Accessibility
and Assistive Technology
- 10-12 April, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.

The third Cambridge Workshop on Universal Accessibility and 
Assistive Technology (CWUAAT) will take place on April 10-12 2006 
at Fitzwilliam College, the University of Cambridge, UK. 
Contributions are wide-ranging and firmly rooted in users' 
requirements and empirical research. They include inclusive design; 
computer access and assistive technology; rehabilitation robotics, and 
involving users in design.

The best papers have been published as a book 'Designing accessible 
technology,' edited by John Clarkson, Patrick Langdon and Peter 
Robinson (Springer London).

The CWUAAT workshops have a general focus on product and 
solution development from identification and capture of the needs of 
the users, through to the development and evaluation of truly usable 
and accessible systems.

Registration costs 275 pounds. For more information and to register please
visit: http://rehab-www.eng.cam.ac.uk/cwuaat/cwuaat06.htm

[Special notice ends].






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