Calendar: Upcoming Events
A list of past events is also available.
The ICCHP 2016 will take place at the University of Linz.
The conference offers:
- A unique platform for researchers,practitioners and experts.
- Publication in SPRINGER Lecture Notes in Computer Science http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/index.html.
- Opportunity to organize, chair and publish your own Special Thematic Sessions.
- Young Researchers Consortium, Workshops, Tutorials, Meetings.
- Track on Universal Learning Design
More information is provided on the ICCHP Conference website.
More information is provided on the AHEAD 2016 conference website.
Libraries Serving Persons with Print Disabilities:Tailoring the Reading Experience to Meet Individual Needs.
More information about the conference is provided on the Satellite conference website.
The planning for the 2016 General Assembly that will once again be held in cooperation with the ICEVI and being hosted by the National Federation of the Blind (USA), is well underway. More information is provided on the World Blind Union website.
The goal of the "Libraries for an Inclusive Society" conference is to encourage a dialogue to realize the full potential of people with disabilities by developing inclusive library services. Public, academic and special librarians, policy-makers, researchers and professionals at institutions serving people with disabilities are invited to attend. The keynote speaker is Victoria Owen, Chief Librarian at the University of Toronto Scarborough.
The conference languages are Lithuanian and English. Registration will open July 10th, 2016. Visit the conference website to learn more. Call for presentations closes June 20th, 2016.
The ASSETS conference explores the design, evaluation, and use of computing and information technologies to benefit people with disabilities and older adults. ASSETS is the premier forum for presenting innovative research on mainstream and specialized assistive technologies, accessible computing, and assistive applications of computer, network, and information technologies. This includes the use of technology by and in support of:
- Individuals with hearing, sight and other sensory impairments
- Individuals with motor impairments
- Individuals with memory, learning and cognitive impairments
- Individuals with multiple impairments
- Older adults with diverse capabilities
- Professionals who work with these populations
More information is available on the conference website.