Webinar: Free Training on Inclusive Technology for Students

Date of webinar: 20 June

A photo of students around a table with pens and markers, working on a projectThere is a great range of apps available to help students succeed during their studies, and many of them don't cost a thing.

Did you know there are apps to help with focus? Note-taking? Organisation? As a disability and technology charity AbilityNet keeps up-to-date with the latest apps, software and assistive tech, which allows us to offer advice and make recommendations.

In this webinar, Lizi Green from AbilityNet will identify some of the common barriers to learning encountered by students and will share the free and low cost technology we recommend for helping students (and anyone else) to overcome these challenges.

This webinar will contain useful information for Disability Service Managers and Advisers, university library and IT staff, and anyone else working for an education service provider in a student-facing role. It would also be beneficial for students themselves, and anyone with a professional interest in assistive technology.

The webinar will last 1 hour and includes a question and answer session. Those that register for the webinar will receive a recording, even if unable to attend live.

Register for our 'Free Training on Inclusive Technology for Students' webinar now

About the webinar

Did you know it's estimated 1 in 10 students have a known disability? Our webinar begins with some hard-hitting facts to demonstrate the importance of creating an inclusive learning environment for all students.

Next we will give a brief overview of AbilityNet and a summary of the services we offer including the free expert resources on our website such as our blogs, factsheets and webinars.

There is a great range of free and low cost apps that can help students to overcome the barriers they face at university - we'll highlight a few of our favourites.

The webinar will end with a question and answer session.

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