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On Tuesday 27th October 2009, the conference “Interactive Technologies: Education, Health and Disability” is being organised. The aim of the conference is to bring together academics and practitioners to showcase practice and to mainstream research ideas and outcomes. It will introduce a wider audience to key findings and products from research and will illustrate how practice feeds back into and informs research. Joint academic-practitioner papers are welcomed; the conference will create a forum for two-way communication between the academic and practitioner communities.

Conference Details
Venue: Nottingham Council House, Market Square, Nottingham
Date: Tuesday 27th October 2009
Time: 9.15 am – 5.00 pm
Registration desk opens at 8:30 am at the Nottingham Council House Reception

Conference Fees
Delegate Rate: £60 per person
Student Rate: £30 per person

Conference Exhibition
The exhibition will showcase a range of innovative research and applications using interactive technologies.
(Conference Exhibition Opens at 8.30 am)

More information can be found here.

From 2007 to 2010 ECDL Hellas is providing free training and certification in entry-level ICT skills to 750 blind or visually impaired people in cooperation with the Pan- Hellenic Association for the blind. Within the context of emphasis that the European Union places on socially vulnerable groups and the people with disabilities (PD), the mission of the project is to provide equal opportunities to the blind or visually impaired and to ensure their access in knowledge and offer employment opportunities.
More information can be found on the www.ecdl.gr and www.epractice.eu.