Fondazione ASPHI: a webinar about digital accessibility and accessible ECDL resources in Italian

Fondazione ASPHI: a webinar about digital accessibility and accessible ECDL resources in Italian

ASPHI Foundation is an Italian onlus strongly committed to promote the development and spread of open digital technologies, filling the “digital divide” and overcoming any form of exclusion. Based on its mission, the organisation is also cooperating with CESIE, supporting the ALdia project implementation in Italy.

Accessibility and usability are very important features of digital systems, often not appropriately known and valued from a social, productivity and business point of view.

In order to focus on this theme and to analyse its implications and practical effects, ASPHI is organising a webinar titled “L’ accessibilità digitale: questa sconosciuta” (in English: “digital accessibility, something unknown), which will deal with the following topics:

  • Digital accessibility:
    what does it mean, who does it concern, why is it important
  • usability
  • nazional and internazional regulations
  • how to evaluate the accessibility and usability of an ICT system
  • examples of “non accessibility”

Date: May 18th 2017
Time: 14.00 CET
Duration: 1 hour

Language: Italian

Please note that the language of the Webinar will be Italian.

Participation is free of charge. In order to register, please send an e-mail to the following address: , specifying your name, e-mail address, organisation/ company.
Participants will receive an e-mail containing all details a few days before the webinar.

For further information about Fondazione ASPHI please visit the website , where you will also be able to download free resources for the ECDL – European Computer Driving Licence test. The resources, in Italian, are all accessible and can be found here.

Read more (italian version)

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. The contents of this website reflect only the views of the authors, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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