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Aalto goes Accessible 2018 symposium on 11th January, 2018, Registration is open!

Welcome to Aalto goes Accessible symposium 2018 on January 11th!

Let’s build an enabling Aalto Campus together!

Annual Aalto goes Accessible symposiums at the beginning of January are for learning, sharing and innovating best practices to promote equality and diversity at Aalto University. We will learn the opportunities offered by the blended learning environments of Aalto University. The goal is to provide faculty and staff with a good general knowledge of the benefits of blended learning environments and teaching methods and to train them in referring the students for the university services they need. Aalto goes accessible 2018 symposium is part of Aalto University's competence development trainings for personnel.

Time: January 11th, 2018 at 12-16

Venue: Otakaari 1, Espoo  https://palvelukartta.hel.fi/unit/46043

Programme: https://wiki.aalto.fi/display/AGA/Aalto+goes+Accessible+2018

  • The detailed programme will be confirmed in December 2017.

Registration: December 1st–20th, 2017

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Aalto University's Equality Committee is supporting and attending the Aalto goes Accessible symposium 2018.

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