BCS builds on policy of access for all

Richards, Justin
October 2007
Computer Weekly;10/9/2007, p54
Trade Publication
The article informs that the British Computer Society is holding an event named "Accessibility Awareness Day" at its offices in London, England on October 30, 2007. It is stated that considerable progress has been made in the recent past towards making the European computer driving licence (ECDL) qualification more accessible for students with physical, sensory and learning impairments. It has also been mentioned that the main aim of the event is to review the progress that has been made so far and to identify the society's targets for the next 12 months.


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