Sharing and building knowledge

We attend, exhibit and present at conferences in Australia and overseas, to discover and share new ideas on communication technology. 

Exploring new technologies

21-26 March 2016: 31st Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, presenting a case study of the OpenAccess Alerts app at the Australian Deaf Games.

Attracting close to 5000 people to San Diego, California, this annual conference offers an inclusive environment where researchers, practiioners, exhibitors and end users come together to share knowledge of best practise in the field of assistive technology.

Hand holding documentRead the' OpenAccess Alerts case study' abstract (PDF)

 

The future of disability

27-29 October: NDIS New World Conference "Disability in the 21st Century" Exhibiting technology information and education

Exhibiting at the 1000 strong national conference, we connected with individuals, service providers and the technology industry, to gain insights into the latest disability sector changes and establish connections with organisations that we can work with to prepare the sector for dynamic changes about to take place.  

Communicating Culture

6-8 May 2015: Museums Aotearoa Conference (MA15): Communicating Culture, at Otago Museum in Dunedin, New Zealand. Presenting and exhibiting OpenAccess Tours app. 

hand holding documentRead the 'Communicating Culture' abstract (PDF)

While in New Zealand we took the opportunity to run some Deaf Aotearoa community workshops, to demonstrate accessible technology during New Zealand Sign Language Week. 

OpenAccess Tours were made available at Otago Museum in Dunedin as well as historic Lanarch Castle on the beautiful Otago Peninsula. Check the app for a venue close to you.

Building a flood resilient Australia

19-22 May 2015: Floodplain Management Association National Conference - "Building a Flood Resilient Australia". Showcasing OpenAccess Alerts as an accessible communication tool for disaster response management tool for Deaf or hard of hearing communities. 

hand holding documentRead the 'Building a Flood Resilient Australia' abstract (PDF)

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