Sensing Culture Community of Practice
A community of practice supporting people with sight loss in cultural heritage
Keynote Presentations - Founding a Community of Practice for Sensing Culture Through Inclusive Capital - 26th-27th March 2018, University of Bath, UK
Keynote Presentations with PowerPoints and Accessible Word Files Where Possible Professor John Kennedy, University of Toronto, Canada Pictures are Natural to the Blind Accessible Word Document PowerPoint 1 PowerPoint 2 Professor John Ravenscroft, University of Edinburgh, UK Why "Seeing" is...
How a blind artist is challenging our understanding of colour
Esref Armagan. Simon Hayhoe, University of Bath For centuries, people who were born blind have been the intellectual curios of philosophers studying consciousness. This is particularly true for those exploring the way our consciousness is effected by our bodies, especially...
Abstracts from - Founding a Community of Practice for Sensing Culture Through Inclusive Capital - University of Bath, UK, 26th-27th March 2018
Workshops and Presentations Alastair Somerville email@example.com Acuity Design, UK Maps are a very cost-effective way of making your organisation’s space accessible to people with a range of physical and cognitive impairments. This workshop shares Alastair Somerville’s experience of making...
Symposium: Founding a Community of Practice for Sensing Culture Through Inclusive Capital - University of Bath, UK, 26th-27th March 2018
About Sensing Culture Sensing Culture is a Heritage Lottery Fund funded project that enables blind and partially sighted people to increase their independence through visiting heritage sites and museums. Sensing Culture is led by CultureLink South East, which is a...