Friday, 5 March 2010

Free National Assistive Technology Conference

Iansyst, our premier educational partner in the UK, are pleased to announce their first National Assistive Technology Conference, Assess 2010. Attend the conference to hear the latest information on assistive technology developments as well as advice on ergonomic products and disability issues.

The conference will offer workshops and seminars with industry experts and insights from internationally recognised professionals, as well as the opportunity to see the latest computer technology. An exhibition will also be running alongside which will showcase some of the latest software and technology for DSA students.

Students of all abilities use MindGenius mind mapping software but it can be of particular benefit to learners who have learning difficulties, as it can help them organise their ideas and offers a visual way to learn. If you are a DSA Assessor and are attending Iansyst's Assessor Conference at the end of the month, be sure to find out information about how MindGenius can help your students.

MindGenius are exhibiting and our partners at Iansyst will be happy to demo MindGenius and answer specific questions on how MindGenius can help DSA students.

The conference is taking place 30-31st March at Girton College at the University of Cambridge and is completely free to attend for DSA Assessors or assessment centre managers.

The conference is free to attend, simply register online at, or email Iansyst at*

*Please note, if you cancel less than 7 days before the conference begins, there will be a £50 cancellation fee. Substitute delegates can be sent instead.


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