European intellectual platform for professionals in the field of typhlology: a challenge/proposal

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European intellectual platform for professionals in the field of typhlology: a challenge/proposal

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Título: European intellectual platform for professionals in the field of typhlology: a challenge/proposal
Autor: Guerreiro, Augusto Deodato
Resumo: The creation of the “ European Intellectual Platform for Professionals, with a view to Sharing Theoretical and Practical Knowledge in the Field of Visual Impairment and Related Areas” (we believe this will be essentially professionals in the field of typhlology) will make a promising inclusive reticular means, on the online socio-communicational dimension, to exchange information and experiences about the unquestionable personal and social, as well as professional, capabilities and consequent employability of blind and visually-impaired people. Our paper involves a challenge, or rather a proposal, in which we express all our academic and scientific interest in sharing widely in the CONVIDA network and in the Enviter European Network on that Platform, in the field of Communication and Education Sciences (from an educommunicational perspective), research and results in the graduation areas of Alternative Communication and Support Technologies, advanced research and specialized training in Inclusive Communication in the Special Education of Blind and Visually-Impaired Students, in the Inclusive Communication in Early Intervention in Childhood, in Cultural Communication and Mediation for All, including the exchange of in-depth issues leading to full access and usability of online social media by blind and visually-impaired people. The School of Communication, Architecture, Arts and Information Technologies (ECATI) of Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias (ULHT) is a pioneer in Portugal and in Europe in the research and development of in-depth issues in augmentative and alternative communication and support technologies, having created a Master degree in Alternative Communication and Support Technologies in 2005. This degree has been in operation since then, and from its genesis research and development areas have been arising, namely “inclusive educommunication and culture”, and “typhloperceptibility and multisensory supplementarity”, “communication and social interaction of and with blind and visually-impaired, deaf, deafblind people, people with multi-disabilities, with autism/global developmental delay, with neurogenic communicational pathologies”, “interpersonal communication and inclusive social interaction: face-to-face and online networked”, “communicational ecology and inclusion”, “literacy and technological communication, special languages and personal learning environments”, the issue “of the empirical/multisensory to the abstraction and conceptualization – essentially in blindness, deafblindness and deafness”, the “communicational universalization of accessible digital content”, the “foundations of the early intervention and communication theories in the issues of disability in general”, the “communicational didactics and sensory-cognitive development”, the “strategic methodologies to assess and develop communicational competencies”, the “semiotics of alternative languages: glossary and thematic dictionaries for the different communicational problems”.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10437/6974
Data: 2015


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