Universal Design in Education and 24 Hour Universal Design Hackathon

12.11.2015 –
13.11.2015

Centre for Excellence in Universal Design, National Disability Authority

A two-day conference for education professionals exploring the application of universal design across educational disciplines.

 

The conference will be of interest to educational professionals within universities and institutes of higher education at third and fourth level, including senior management, faculty, professional services, government officials and higher education authorities internationally. The conference papers will also be of interest to members of industry with a research and development function who collaborate with higher education, or have a strategic interest in the direction of higher education.


Print Works, Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle, Dame Street, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin, Ireland

Universal Design in Education and 24 Hour Universal Design Hackathon

12.11.2015 –
13.11.2015

A two-day conference for education professionals exploring the application of universal design across educational disciplines.

 

The conference will be of interest to educational professionals within universities and institutes of higher education at third and fourth level, including senior management, faculty, professional services, government officials and higher education authorities internationally. The conference papers will also be of interest to members of industry with a research and development function who collaborate with higher education, or have a strategic interest in the direction of higher education.

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Centre for Excellence in Universal Design, National Disability Authority

Print Works, Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle, Dame Street, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin, Ireland

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