The Christopher Newell Prize recognises and commemorates the research and commitment of the late Revd Canon Dr Christopher Newell AM who was a strong advocate of the the needs of people with disabilities and their rights to access telecommunications during … Continue reading →
People with Complex Communication Needs (CCN) require improved methods of accessing telecommunications, given the communication barriers they face, to participate fully in society. This research explores the types of telecommunications access methods adults with CCN use and report to be useful, as well as their perspectives of the usefulness of a Video-Assisted Speech-to-Speech Relay (VAS) service.Continue reading →
Well, here it is, the keynote address I presented at the AGOSCI 2011 National Conference held in May. It is in three parts. I will endeavour to get Closed Captions added as soon as possible.
I’m Darryl Sellwood from Adelaide, South Australia. I’m looking for people with Complex Communication Needs (CCN) who would like to take part in a research project investigating user perspectives on the usefulness of two methods of accessing telecommunications for … Continue reading →
You are invited to participate in a research project investigating user perspectives on the usefulness of two methods of accessing telecommunications for people with Complex Communication Needs (CCN). The project has ethics approval from the Division of Education, Arts … Continue reading →
The Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy announced his intention to roll out an SMS Emergency Service and foreshadowed expansions to the NRS to deliver more accessibility to communications services in the future.
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Made in 1969 at the Post Office Research Station, Dollis Hill, this eight minute film attempts to predict what the future of communications may … Continue reading →
The big news of the week in the world relay services is the US FCC has targeted Video Relay Services in a national fraud case:
Twenty-six employees of seven companies that provide translation services to the deaf and hearing impaired … Continue reading →