The Able to Include final event gave an insight into how digital inclusion can become a reality “Making digital inclusion possible” was the motto of the Able to Include final event which took place in Brussels. The meeting concluded the
The scientific publications of Able to Include project partners are now available on our website!
The final event of Able to Include will take place in Brussels on Tuesday, February 14, from 9am-1pm. The agenda includes several presentations by project partners which will further explain the Able to Include project and showcase the exciting ways
The Science and Technology Options Assessment Panel (STOA) of the European Parliament are conducting a questionnaire as part of a study on Assistive Technologies for the inclusion of people with disabilities in society, education and jobs. They invite you to
This important document calls for positive action among policy-makers, educators, researchers and communities. The Manifesto highlights that every single individual can contribute to reduce, and ultimately close, the digital division. The ENTELIS Manifesto is a powerful document that aims to raise
Able to Include partners have created a Github repository for the project. With this platform, we can share information easily among technical partners and also engage open source communities and software developers. Github works as a social network for programmers.
It is with joy that we share the news that the technology Text2Picto from our partners at KU Leuven has won the Language Industry Award for “Best Language Service 2015”. The third edition of the annual Language Industry Awards (LIA)
Technology is nowadays a standard tool in our environment and in the way we interact with others. The use of technology offers possibilities for communication, entertainment and education for many people. But the management of this technology can be hindered by various
The first version of the Able to Include Social App is now available as an App to enable users to access the most popular Social Media Applications, such as Facebook, Twitter and Whatsapp. The Social App is the basis of
The first version of the Able to Include Accessibility Layer is now available as an Application for Smartphones or Tablets. This will enable people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to access the most popular social media applications, such as Facebook,