CYBERCAFÉS AS A TOOL FOR INCLUSION. Presentation by Mr Christophe OULÉ, trainer in accessible IT tools U . N. – A . B. P. A. M. National Union of Burkinabé Associations for the Promotion of the Blind and Sight-impaired
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Presentation by Mr Christophe OULÉ, trainer in accessible IT tools
U . N. – A . B. P. A. M.
National Union of Burkinabé Associations for the Promotion
of the Blind and Sight-impaired
Ouagadougou, BURKINA FASO
ITU Workshop on Accessibility, Nairobi, Kenya,
27 – 30 September 2011
More and more students with sight disabilities are going to university or seeking to undertake vocational training.How can we guide young students to take up the disciplines of their choice when the teaching materials are not available in Braille?Realizing that IT is an opportunity for the effective insertion of persons with sight disabilities, we began providing accessible IT training in 2007.We thus give our students the chance to use IT tools to improve their results. They thereby have access to many more documents.For those seeking employment, IT skills are a big asset. An accessible workstation removes any problems of written communication between a blind staff member and his/her sighted colleagues.