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Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee
Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee
Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee
Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee
Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee
Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee
Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee
Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee
Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee
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Teaching inclusive technology design at the University of Dundee

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Presentation given at eAccess 12 conference, 28 June 2012, London, as part of a session on e-accessibility, education and professional skills

Presentation given at eAccess 12 conference, 28 June 2012, London, as part of a session on e-accessibility, education and professional skills

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  • Our history Approach to teaching inclusion Activities Beyond the degree…staff development, institutional support Challenges and opportunities
  • Design Meets Disability, written by Graham Pullin, a colleague at the University of Dundee – an inspiration for an approach to innovative, quality design that embraces rather than marginalises people with specific needs Example topics – social networking and digital game playing by older people; a system to enable joke telling for non-speaking people; supporting web developers identify and repair accessibility barriers
  • The photo shows the User Centre – a drop in facility for older people to come and develop ICT skills in a relaxed, friendly environment. They become research partners and expert consultants on ageing and technology, and participate in student learning experiences. We also have links to a variety of disability groups, in particular people with severe speech and physical disabilities, who work with us on research and teaching activities.
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    • 1. Teaching inclusivetechnology designat the University ofDundee David Sloan @sloandr 28 June eAccess 12, London
    • 2. Overview David Sloan, 28 June 2012 2
    • 3. History • Established 1980, developed into as a world- leading research centre on technology for disabled and older people • A responsibility to use this expertise to influence next generation of ICT developers David Sloan, 28 June 2012 3
    • 4. Approach to inclusive ICT education• Integrated throughout the curriculum – Different subjects – Different levels – Focus of individual and group projects• Inclusive design is taught inclusively – not as a standalone, specialist subject David Sloan, 28 June 2012 4
    • 5. People-centred inclusive design education David Sloan, 28 June 2012 5
    • 6. Impact • Greater awareness and application of inclusive design as a basic skill amongst graduates • Skills appreciated by employers • Reputation for a pioneering, progressive approach to teaching inclusive ICT design David Sloan, 28 June 2012 6
    • 7. General challenges• Co-ordination across teaching staff• Research – teaching link• Responsibility to influence ICT/Web education beyond the degree programme• Engaging students• Access to/involvement of groups with specific needs• Recognition of excellence vs raising standards David Sloan, 28 June 2012 7
    • 8. Acknowledgments• Photos: Mike Crabb, Nick Hine, Chris Martin and Sergio Sayago• European Thematic Network on eAccessibility: eAccess+ David Sloan, 28 June 2012 8
    • 9. THANKYOU!email: dsloan@computing.dundee.ac.uktwitter: @sloandrblogs: www.58sound.com --- blog.dundee.ac.uk/eaccessibilitywork: www.dmag.org.uk --- www.computing.dundee.ac.uk 9

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