Disability Research Conference 2009
- Headingley Stadium, Leeds
- 22 April 2009 09:30-16:00
Following the successful one day conferences of the previous two years, the Leeds Met Disability Research Group is planning a further conference for this year, to be held on April 22 2009 at Headingley Stadium, Leeds.
They have an excellent key note speaker: Mick Healey from the University of Gloucester
Topics to be covered include:
- "Studying at INN through the eyes of a student with Asperger's Syndrome
- Think differently... about autism in HE "Eggs, spaghetti and Ginger"
- Memory (Wo)Man". Dyslexic-friendly exam revision for all students?
- Ability vs Ability project background (Paralympic and the curriculum)
- Developing an inclusive curriculum: disabled students' experiences of learning at university
- An assessment of eye tracking as an educational aid for people with profound multiple learning difficulties
- Students with autism in higher education
- support for students with disabilities in higher education
To book your place please register at www.leedsmet.ac.uk/alt/index_Disability_Research_Conference.htm.
Please contact David Moore (D.Moore@leedsmet.ac.uk) if booking via this means proves difficult or if you have any questions about the conference.
The organisers would be very grateful if you could pass this information on to any colleagues who you think might be interested. Students are welcome to attend, so please encourage any of your students for whom the conference might be relevant, to book in as soon as possible.
The conference is free of charge but places are limited to 100, on a first-come first-served basis
- Contact Name:
- David Moore
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