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Blog : SWING: Changing Legislation in Morocco

13th November 2015

Jacqueline Cawston and Katherine Wimpenny recently went to Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetouan Morocco to present at the SWING (Sustainable Ways to Increase Higher Education Students’ Equal Access to Learning Environments),  International Conference on “Technology-Based Accessibility for Higher Education Disabled Students”. The DMLL is the lead partner in this project, this two-day conference saw the bringing..

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Blog : SWING features at AGCAS Conference

4th September 2015
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Over the last couple of days I have been at the AGCAS conference, hosted at Warwick University. I was there on behalf of the SWING team, disseminating the disability model developed during the project. Despite the conference’s main focus being on careers and development with many other exhibitors from services such as UniTemps and Target..

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Blog : SWING

14th October 2014

The SWING project, supported by the European Commission Tempus Programme is a 2 year project with a budget of over a million euro. Jacqueline Cawston of the Disruptive Media Learning Lab leads a global team who are disrupting education in Europe, Morocco and Egypt by developing tools and models of accessibility for disabled students. Also..

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