A2i turns 18!

By Susie Fisher|July 20, 2017|blog, Staff, Uncategorized|0 comments

This year we’re celebrating our 18th birthday, and we’ll be marking this occasion with a big celebration in August! We thought our 18th would be an ideal chance to give something back to our community, so we’re also celebrating by offering 18 gifts to local organisations and businesses in Bristol. We hope they will help create a more accessible environment, while spreading awareness of sight loss.  They include… A Braille Menu

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Making linguistics and language learning accessible

By Katy Brickley|July 7, 2017|Accessibility, blog, Braille, Tactile|1 comments

How can we make linguistics and foreign language learning accessible for visually impaired students? I’ve just returned from a very fruitful and inspiring workshop, ‘Accessible Linguistics for Visually Impaired Students’ (ALVIS), organised by York St John university exploring just this. Students, academics, teachers and professionals from Brazil, Poland and across the UK gathered in the beautiful city of York last week to discuss and share information on how to make linguistics courses

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