In this episode we chat with Simon Hayhoe, Digifest speaker and author of six books on disability and the arts. His work is the subject of many international academic courses, and his specialisms are impressive and varied, from culture to disability, technology and teaching.
We chat about his presentation at Digifest next week: accessible technology 4.0, inclusion 2.0 - what next?, as well as where his passion for the subject comes from, how to embrace accessibility on a budget, and what the future holds when making sure technology works for everyone.
Simon is currently based at the University of Bath, and is also a temporary advisor for the World Health Organisation's Academy - as well as a centre research associate in the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science at the London School of Economics and an associate of the Scottish Sensory Centre, University of Edinburgh.
- Learn about how Jisc can help to support your organisation with accessibility
- You’ll soon be able to catch up with a recording of our recent event: Supporting Wellbeing through inclusive use of technology and inclusive digital pedagogy
- Check out Simon's books Accessible Vacations and An Introduction to Grounded Methodology for Emerging Educational Researchers
- We’re keen to cover the subjects that matter to you, so do get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to come on the show or have any suggestions
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