Submitted by hoogerwerf@ausi... on Fri, 12/30/2016 - 18:30
This white paper will provide the reader with insight into the role technology plays for the full participation of persons with disabilities and older people in the digital society. The authors consider equal opportunities to participate in all realms of life a human right. The paper will help the reader to understand what the barriers to full digital inclusion for these groups are, how changing scenarios in society should lead to the definition of new goals and how these goals could be reached.
Submitted by hoogerwerf@ausi... on Wed, 11/02/2016 - 15:56
The ENTELIS network is a newly established network of organisations with different backgrounds (education, social care, technology, research, advocacy, etc.) committed to full digital inclusion of persons with disabilities and older adults. This involves the removal of barriers of all kinds and the empowerment of people, including the development of digital competencies that allow them to participate in the digital society.
Submitted by Administrator on Mon, 06/06/2016 - 16:52
The third ENTELIS annual seminar Technology for unlocking human potential: roadmaps for closing the digital divide for people with disabilities was held in Brussels on October 19, 2016 at the Thon Hotel EU.
Submitted by Administrator on Sun, 05/29/2016 - 13:28
The enclosed document "Towards full digital inclusion: the ENTELIS manifesto against the digital divide" (in brief "Entelis Manifesto") is intended to raise awareness among stakeholders. There are more stakeholders than you might think! We hope that this document will lead to discussions and actions at all levels.
The European Network for Technology Enhanced Learning in an Inclusive Society
Download the ENTELIS leaflet (2,69 Mb) in your preferred language: EN, DE, GR, FI, IT, MK
Download the ENTELIS INTERIM REPORT (Public Part, 189 Kb): EN
Rapid advances in information and communication technologies (ICT) are changing lifestyles across the globe, also creating new unprecedented opportunities. However, many people with disabilities and elderly people experience difficulties in engaging with ICT and therefore may be prevented from fully enjoying its benefits. This works against the establishment of the inclusive society demanded by the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
The Accessible and Assistive Technology industry is undergoing a period of intense change, but it remains challenging to predict the impact and outcomes of that change. Traditional providers face an uncertain outlook and must seek ways to respond and regain control as external influences impact upon both design and business models, driven by trends in technology design and use, public policy, changing aspirations of the market and a public funding crisis.
Submitted by Administrator on Sat, 05/28/2016 - 12:39
This deliverable is produced within Work Package 3 of the ENTELIS project (WP3 - State of Art Analysis on innovation in ICT and ICT-AT education and learning). It contains a State of the Art study regarding ICT and ICT-AT learning and education, in its broadest sense, for persons with disabilities of all ages. Data of different nature were collected from different sources and using different methodologies, including a literature review of scientific articles and conference papers, interviews with persons with disabilities and other stakeholders, the collection of innovative experiences.
Submitted by Administrator on Mon, 11/10/2014 - 18:38
Any Organisation sharing the ENTELIS mission and vision - and willing to engage in the commitments involved - can apply to become Associate Partners of the ENTELIS network. The admission procedure is very simple: