No two people will ever witness a scene in exactly the same way. This can present interesting challenges to those whose job it is to narrate the visual.
By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; The future of humanity; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Meredith Grose is a self-confessed people person, so decided to pursue a degree in social work, despite the challenges of studying as a totally blind person.
By Arianne Chavez | Campus and community; Student News; Health | Leave a comment
Australia is the only English-speaking OECD country in the world that doesn’t require its broadcasters or streaming services to provide audio description. Curtin researchers want to change that.
By Daniel Jauk | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
The winner of Curtin’s inaugural alumni Innovation Award shares his thoughts on why assistive technologies could give greater independence to people with disability.
By Tony Brown | Alumni news; Health; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering | 2comments
Curtin student Robert Kooy discusses writing and publishing his own novel, travelling on student exchange to Japan and his experience with cerebral palsy.
By Daniel Jauk | Campus and community; Culture, language and Indigenous; Humanities; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
We need our students, staff and the West Australian public to help us finalise the Disability Access Inclusion Plan 2012 – 2017.
By Jeanette Hacket | Campus and community | 1 comment
A new national study is to look at the social and economic outcomes for young people with a disability who complete apprenticeships and traineeships.
By Teresa Belcher | Research; Health