On August 14 & 15, the Inclusive Design Research Centre will be sponsoring a three-part event series called “Waking the Machines: Assistive Technologies and Prosthetic Agency” led by Sara Hendren, an artist who develops tools, applications and devices that examine adaptive technologies and possibilities for prosthetic agency. This is the first of InterAccess’s Agential Technologies
- Waking the Machines: Assistive Technologies and Prosthetic Agency
- Sprout Ideas Camp
- Congrats to MDes in Inclusive Design graduates!
- Public Forum: AODA and its standards
- IN Series Presents: Entirety – Inclusion in Education for all Children
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The Inclusive Design Institute recently hosted Sprout Ideas Camp, a partnership between TakingITGlobal, the Toronto District School Board, and OCAD University’s Inclusive Design Institute, with support from Apple, Promethean, and Pearson Foundation. Two groups of students spent one week each building their leadership and digital skills, creating educational games and 3D printed prototypes on social
Congratulations to the Master of Design (MDes) in Inclusive Design graduates who convocated this week: 2013 Graduates 2014 Graduates Fatima Alghamdi Deanna Burrows Nell Chitty Giuseppina D’Intino Sandra L. H. Earl Michael Paul Furdyk Jacob Mouka Dorin Mihai Petrescu Mark Sherman Spirit Synott Lucian Timofte Karman Chan Qi Chen Sarah Crosskey Jan Derbyshire Angela Dosis
The Inclusive Design Institute (IDI) at OCAD University will host a forum to gather comment on the progress towards achieving the goals for accessibility set out in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and its standards. The event will begin with a opening remarks by Dean Mayo Moran of the Faculty of Law,
A roundtable of invited participants who will discuss educational access and inclusion for children. Entirety will facilitate discourse among a range of invited people with experience and expertise involving education and children including; teachers, writers, parents, advocates, policymakers, researchers and professionals. This discussion roundtable brings together people with a common passion of accessibility and inclusion