Are you eager to cultivate a more digitally inclusive environment but find yourself unsure of where to begin? Would you like to gain a deeper understanding of Human-centred Computing (HCC) and AI to approach these concepts with confidence?
If your answer is yes, then this event is tailor-made for you.
WISE is proud to present this event, aimed at empowering businesses to navigate the realm of digital inclusivity.
Let’s finally demystify the jargon and gain the knowledge and assurance needed to drive digitally focused inclusion efforts forward.
How can you effectively integrate this and other digital methodologies within your organisation? These are just a few of the compelling topics that will be explored at this enlightening event on 17 April 2024.
Join WISE at Canterbury Christ Church University on 17 April to discover how Human-centred Computing can tangibly enhance inclusion and foster a sense of belonging within your organisation.
Gain invaluable insights from esteemed speakers from Canterbury Christ Church University, Edinburgh University, and pioneering engineering firm, Arup:
Following the presentations, engage in breakout discussions to solidify your understanding and delve deeper into how human-centred computing can enact meaningful change within your organisation and beyond.
As proud members of WISE, individuals from your organisation are warmly invited to attend, with no limit on spaces available.
Unlock the potential of digital inclusivity with WISE – join us in shaping a more inclusive future on 17th April.
12:00: Registration, light lunch & networking
13:00: Welcome & introductions
13:10: Tanya Shreedhar: Edinburgh University
13:30: Tina Eager: Canterbury Christchurch University
13:50: Ola Gwozdz: Arup/ University of York
14:10: Break with tea/ coffee and refreshments
14:40: Breakout Sessions
15:30: Feedback from breakouts
STEM facilities Tour in the Verena Holmes Building. Learn how we worked to create inclusive learning spaces.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rama Thirunamachandran DL, has the pleasure in inviting you to attend the Inaugural Lecture of Professor Anne Nortcliffe, Professor of Inclusive Engineering and Technology, with her lecture “Engineering Inclusivity, how?”
You are welcome to join us at 16:00-17:15 tour of our new STEM facilities in the Verena Holmes Building, and engineering facilities designed by Professor Anne Nortcliffe.
Drinks and light refreshments will be served from 17:15-18:00 and the lecture will start at 18:00.
If you would like to take part in this second part of the event please confirm your attendance with firstname.lastname@example.org