[Irl-dean] UN Disability Day - NCBI technology event

Mark Magennis Mark.magennis at ncbi.ie
Mon Oct 9 16:41:44 IST 2006

Dear all,

Here's a heads up on an event we are planning to celebrate UN  
Disability Day.

NCBI will be holding a technology day on Friday December 1st in the  
CFIT offices at NCBI head office in Drumcondra. It will be aimed at  
people who design and deploy technologies that are used by the  
public, including employers, educators, public sector service  
providers, design students, IT developers, etc. The day will consist  
of a range of presentations, demonstrations, hands on experience,  
tours of the CFIT user testing facility and a chance to meet with  
technology users and discuss access issues. Attendance will be by  
invitation only, due to space limitations.

We will also be involved in the two other events that are being  
planned - the Irl-DeAN education access event and the NDA launch of  
the new IT accessibility guidelines tools. Unfortunately, we were  
unable to attend the planning meeting for the Irl-DeAN event the  
other day, but we would like to have a CFIT stand at the event and  
would also like to help arrange and run the user demonstrations,  
which we think are a great idea.

All the best,


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