conference 2011

Monday 4th & Tuesday 5th July 2011 at The University of Edinburgh and sponsored by JISC TechDis RSC Scotland.

  RSC Scotland

At this conference we shared good practice from ATANET Members, and concluded a productive discussion with the Scottish Government and the Students Awards Agency for Scotland.  ATANET also used this conference to formally approve its new constitution, and to elect its first formal management committee.

Presentations are listed below:

Supporting Art StudentsJohn-Ronald Hardy, The Robert Gordon University
Access and Communication for Individuals with Complex Needs – Fil McIntyre, BRITE
Innovative Teaching Room Technologies & Live Remote CaptioningChris McKenzie & Crystal Drury, University of Strathclyde
Hacked, rooted and jailbroken – different approaches to mobile phone accessibilityBruce Darby, University of Edinburgh
The Alt-Format Process & Library Scanning SystemsAndy McMahon, University of Dundee
Tablets & Mobile Apps – Part 2 (“mystery activity”)Kim Richmond, University of Aberdeen; Zoë Shaw, University of Aberdeen; & John-Ronald Hardy, The Robert Gordon University
HEA Inclusion Project: Beyond the TechSheila Baillie, University of Abertay
ATANET Presentation on DSA PolicyHamish Loveday, University of Aberdeen; Andy Lees, Heriot Watt University
DSA Question & Answer Discussion Session Neil MacLennan (Scottish Government), Leia Fitzgerald (SAAS), John Cameron (SAAS)

Files from Conference:

ATANET 2011 Conference ScheduleJohn-Ronald Hardy, The Robert Gordon University – Supporting Art StudentsChris McKenzie, University of Strathclyde – Innovative Teaching Room TechnologiesCrystal Drury, University of Strathclyde – Live Remote Captioning Sheila Baillie, University of Abertay – HEA Inclusion Project: Beyond the Tech Fil McIntyre, BRITE – Access and Communication for Individuals with Complex Needs Andy McMahon, University of Dundee – The Alt-Format Process & Library Scanning Systems Hamish Loveday, University of Aberdeen Andy Lees, Heriot Watt University – ATANET Presentation on DSA Policy Bruce Darby, University of Edinburgh – Hacked, rooted and jailbroken – different approaches to mobile phone accessibility