Making science accessible for visually impaired students. The @Science thematic network aims at sharing background information, specific articles, tools and reports about access to scientific contents by visually impaired students. It also encourages mutual collaboration and the exchange of experiences through a forum and a mailing list.
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Welcome to the @Science Network Website!
You are invited to join @Science by registering to this website.
- In the general information section you can learn more about the @Science network;
- Check out the news to get the latest information about @Science activities, website updates, new services and much more;
- In the events section you'll find details about conferences, workshops and meetings dealing with accessibility to science by visually impaired students. @Science members will contribute and participate to many events, check them out!
- In the projects section there are reviews about ongoing or coming soon projects addressing the topics of science accessibility;
- and, if you want an in-depth into these issues, check the articles page and you'll have tons of interesting pages to satisfy your curiosity!
- In the tools page you will find reviews and opinions about useful tools to manage scientific contents;
- Please, join our mailing list to share your background, to learn from others' experiences, or to ask for some help;
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