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Re: Easy Reading Newsletter - 2. Edition

From: Léonie Watson <lw@tetralogical.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2019 11:38:18 +0100
To: H2020 Easy Reading Projekt <susanne.dirks@tu-dortmund.de>, w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Message-ID: <d81e01c1-636a-1515-9078-67e4ca1f3cd2@tetralogical.com>
Much as this topic is of interest, I don't think it's appropriate for a 
public email list to be subscribed to a newsletter. Katie and Shawn, are 
you able to look into this?

Léonie.

Thanks.


On 08/10/2019 09:34, H2020 Easy Reading Projekt wrote:
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> *Hello! *
> 
> A lot has happened in the last few months and we are happy to bring you 
> up to date in our current newsletter edition. In this issue you will 
> learn more about the Easy Reading Handbook, the Bologna Declaration, the 
> AAATE Conference 2019 and how we will continue with our user tests.
> 
> 
>     The Easy Reading Handbook
> 
> Cover of the Easy Reading Handbook- in the background is the Easy 
> Reading Logo- In the foreground is the title "Easy Reading Handbook for 
> joint research with peer researchers
> 
> The Easy Reading Handbook was written for researchers, developers and 
> peer researchers. The handbook explains easily and comprehensibly how to 
> do joint research with people with cognitive disabilities (peer 
> researchers). Readers can learn more about peer research, how to become 
> a peer researcher and how to conduct joint research. The handbook was 
> developed together with our peer researchers.
> 
> To the Easy Reading Handbook 
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>     Easy Reading project partners endorse the Bologna Declaration
> 
> Cover of the AAATE Programme -Title "Global challenges in Assistive 
> Technology Research, Policy and Practice"
> 
> The Bologna Declaration consists of 10 important actions aimed to 
> improve the accessibility of high quality assistive technologies for all 
> people. Everyone, whether developers, researchers or users, can 
> contribute to better accessibility. You can find out how we can achieve 
> greater accessibility together on the AAATE website.
> 
> Read more about the Bologna Declaration 
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>     *Easy Reading at the AAATE Conference 2019*
> 
> Conference room, the Easy Reading project partners sit opposite each 
> other, looking forward at a Powerpoint presentation
> 
> This year, the Easy Reading project conducted two workshops at AAATE 
> Conference 2019 in Bologna. In the workshops, not only the individual 
> project partners from the Easy Reading project presented their results, 
> but also other EU research projects reported on their experiences on how 
> users can be involved in development processes.
> We have summarised the results of both workshops on our website for you:
> 
> To the Workshop "Cognitive Accessibility of Digital Resources" 
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> To the Workshop "User Participation in Software Development" 
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> 
>     Start of the Easy Reading User Tests
> 
> Men in a wheelchair welcomes a woman at the door of the piksl studion
> 
> In our user tests, the Easy Reading software is tested by people with 
> cognitive disabilities. The tests are carried out by our peer 
> researchers. They support the testers in evaluating the software in 
> terms of its user-friendliness and suitability for everyday use.
> We are looking forward to the results and will keep you updated on our 
> website.
> 
> Learn more about the User Tests 
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> informed about the further development process and project progress. If 
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