Title Disability Awareness of Academic Teachers: Improvements through E-Learning
Project Number 2011-1-PL1-LEO05-19908
Product Website DARe-learning
Title Website DARe-learning
Product Type website
Marketing Text One of very few websites with an offer for academic teachers focusing on improving their professional competences in modern teaching methods for disabled students and their understanding of the daily lives of persons with disabilities as members of society.This web page meets the international standards of accessibility for persons with disabilities.
Description he website is an educational portal for academic teachers with a wealth of education-related tips focusing on teaching persons with various disabilities (sight, hearing and mobility disabilities, mental-health difficulties, speaking difficulties, dyslexia, and stammering). The portal's strength is its multimedia materials, like an interview with the eminent language expert Professor Bralczyk about disability language etiquette, as well as features on the Braille note-taker and how to move in a wheelchair in the city. The portal also offers downloadable publications and materials developed by the Jagiellonian University Disability Support Service to date, including various publications of the DARe-Learning project (primarily a series of four issues of Equality News, its bulletin). In the E-learning tag, the user will find a form, and once it has been completed, JU staff can get access to the e-learning platform. Additionally, the website features important information on the project partners, the Quality Management Group and the project team. There is also a report from Equality Awareness Days held at universities in all the partner countries. The website meets the international WCAG accessibility standards. The website is available in Polish, English, French, Greek and Czech, and depending on the language some tag content may vary slightly due to the cultural differences between the project partners.
Target group academic teachers
Area of application