Topic outline

  • General

  • Support Structures for Disabled Students

    This is a description of SWING module 1.  This module opens the Training Seminars to be delivered during the SWING trainings in Partner Countries. It focuses on "Support Structures for Disabled Students” within the partners' universities and it will serve as an introduction to the university policy on disability and the special services in place for disabled students.

     
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  • Supporting Students to Support Themselves

    This is a description of SWING module 2. The title is "Supporting Students to support themselves” and it will focus on the external academic activities and on boosting students' self-confidence. 


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  • Assistive Technology: An Introduction

    This is a description of SWING module 3. This module will provide a short overview to the use of Assistive Technology, both that which is provided by partner institutions and that which is accessible to students beyond their institutions. It will focus on the use of Moodle in the institution, and this can be used to support students using Assistive Technology. It will also address the use of social media and the broader accessibility of the Internet.

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  • Practical Assisted Technology Session 1

    This is a description of SWING module 4This module is the first of three practical AT sessions to be delivered during the SWING trainings in Partner Countries. It focuses on "Tools for Facilitating ICT Access”, that is speech recognition tools, special keyboards, trackballs, joysticks, mouse and buttons.
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  • Practical Assisted Technology Session 2

    This is a description of SWING module 5This module is the second one of three practical AT sessions to be delivered during the SWING trainings in Partner Countries. It focuses on "Reading through Screen Readers and Magnifiers”. 

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  • Practical Assisted Technology Session 3

    This is a description of SWING module 6This module is the final one of three practical AT sessions to be delivered during the SWING trainings in Partner Countries. It focuses on "Speech, Text and Braille AT”. 

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  • Key Employability Competency Awareness and Self-awareness Training Overview

    This is a description of SWING module 7. Its aim is the development of knowledge and self-awareness relating to some key personal skills that will disabled students in the graduate recruitment market.

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  • Practical Employment Skills

    This is a description of SWING module 8. It will advice on how to create a good CV and how to make strong graduate applications as well as on interview techniques. 

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  • Develop Global Awareness

    This is a description of SWING module 9. It assists disabled students in becoming 'Global Graduates', by exploring issues relating to the development of global graduate capabilities, and in developing their Online Profile. 

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  • Post-graduate education opportunities

    This is a description of SWING module 10. This module closes the Training Seminars to be delivered during the SWING trainings in Partner Countries.It focuses on "Post-graduate education opportunities” within the partners' universities and it will serve as academic counselling for future post-graduate students. The module will look into post-graduates opportunities at home and abroad. 

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