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ALdia Policy Brief

ALdia Policy brief for February 2018 is now published. Check the project findings and achievements so far. Get to know more about project and how you can benefit from it. You can find it here

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ALdia project presented in Indonesia

ALdia project presented in Indonesia

Within the framework of the ALdia Project dissemination activities, this innovative training and accreditation methodology on disability and inclusion practices in Higher Education and VET institutions was presented in Jogyakarta (Indonesia), taking advantadge of the celebration of the International Conference of the INDOEDUC4ALL project in this country. […]

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Third ALdia project meeting

Third ALdia project meeting

This past Tuesday, 12 of December Aldia project team met in Brussels for the meeting with stakeholders who are working within the European institutions on the promotion of inclusive education and a fight for the rights of persons with disabilities. The purpose of this meeting was to […]

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Tecnoneet 2017

Tecnoneet 2017

Members of ALdia Project (http://aldia-project.eu/) of the University of Alicante attended de 8th Congress of Educational Technology and Diversity (Tecnoneet 2017) held in Murcia from the 30th of November to the 2nd of December 2017. Tecnoneet 2017 has been organised by the Department of Education, Youth and […]

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ALdia Policy Briefs

ALdia Policy briefs for November and December are now published. Check the project findings and achievements so far. Get to know more about project and how you can benefit from it. Click here to read full version: Policy Brief November 2017 Policy Brief December 2017

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Focus group meeting of the Erasmus + ALDIA project “Accessible Learning design, implementation and accreditation”

Focus group meeting of the Erasmus + ALDIA project "Accessible Learning design, implementation and accreditation"

Place: Education faculty, University of Alicante Date: 24/07/17 The focus group meeting of the Erasmus + ALDIA project “Accessible Learning design, implementation and accreditation” took place on Monday 24/07 at the University of Alicante in order to test the development of ALdia VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) that […]

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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 […]

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ALdia R2.2 Supporting students with disability in HE and VET – A needs analysis

ALdia R2.2 Supporting students with disability in HE and VET - A needs analysis

ALdia R2.2 Supporting students with disability in HE and VET – A needs analysis has been published on the ALdia website. You can download the report different versions here

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Cinema for ALL

Cinema for ALL

On the occasion of the “December 3rd”, national, European and international day of people with disabilities, The Attica region in collaboration with the Movement οf Artists with Disabilities presents: Cinema for ALL 912 minutes of accessible cinematic experience. From the theoretical assertion of the right to equitably participate in […]

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ALdia Project Management Meeting

ALdia Project Management Meeting

On the 28th of November ALdia Project Management Meeting took place at the Faculty of Education of the University of Alicante. Partners from 5 Institutions met together after almost 1 year from the project start date last January to review the project progress: WP1, WP2 and WP […]

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