Programme

Programme: Day 1: 14th March 2017

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What current models, frameworks or approaches exist and how useful are they?

What Who Time
Registration: tea/coffee  8:30-9:00
Welcome and Introduction Sheryl Burgstahler and team 9:00-9:15
Introductory ice-breaker activity Sheryl Burgstahler, Jane Seale 9:15-10:00
Presentation: Setting the Scene - An overview of models in the field and the questions we need to ask of them Professor Jane Seale
Title: What models, approaches or frameworks exist in the field of disability, ICT and post-secondary education; are they successful in transforming the support and delivery of ICT for disabled students or do we need new ones? (Presentation as PPTX and PDF, Additional Paper as PDF)
10:00-11:00
Break 11:00-11:30
International Panel A panel discussion with one person from each participating country: Tali Heimann (Israel); Alice Havel (Canada); Chetz Colwell (UK); Dan Comden (US) and Christian Bühler (Germany)

Title: What typical models, approaches or frameworks are used in each country for supporting and delivering ICT for disabled students in post compulsory education and how successful are they?

11:30-12:45
Lunch and networking 12:45-13:45
Presentation: Applying models in practice: an individual perspective Sheryl Burgstahler

Title: How design frameworks and models have informed my work

13:45-14:45
Round-table discussions Small group discussions focusing on what models, frameworks or approaches they use in their own practice, how they use them and the factors that influence the value and utility of the models, frameworks or approaches 14:45-15:45
Plenary Overview of discussions 15:45-16:30
Refreshments and networking

Provisional Programme: Day 2: 15th March 2017

Do we need new models, frameworks or approaches or just better evidence for our existing models- what are the implications for research?

What Who Time
Registration: tea/coffee 8:30-9:00
Summary and reflection on day 1 and aims for day 2 Jane Seale, Leader of the Ed-ICT Network 9:00-9:30
Participant Panel Discussion: Design Issues What are the design issues regarding ICT with respect to the institution and students with disabilities in post-secondary education?
And how if at all do models and frameworks contribute to resolving those issues?
9:30-10:15
Participant Panel Discussion: Transition Issues What are the design issues regarding ICT with respect to the institution and students with disabilities in post-secondary education?
And how if at all do models and frameworks contribute to resolving those issues?
10:15-11:00
Break 11:00-11:30
Participant Panel Discussion: Student Issues Disabled students will share their experiences of how the support and delivery of ICT has impacted on their learning and transitions between education levels and to employment 11:30-12:30
Lunch and networking 12:30-13:30
World Café 13:30- 15:00
Plenary Overview of World Café outputs and discussion 15:00-15:45
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Day 1

Day 2