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There’s no doubt that COVID-19 swept the world in countless ways, and education systems globally were no exception to the impact. Teachers, students, and parents of students were required to drastically pivot their day-to-day dynamics to accommodate the changes that quarantine would apply to education in 2020.
May 21st is Global Accessibility Awareness
Day, focusing on digital access and inclusion for the more than one
billion people with disabilities.
Across our globe, the impact of the pandemic
is found. Some impacts are led by common sense (avoid exposures, battle all
exposures with “be clean” responses), and some by country/local laws restricting
travel entirely or by degree.
BlindSquare and NaviLens join to serve on the frontline.
Being stuck indoors.
Has the pandemic created a greater impact for persons who are blind, deafblind, or partially sighted?
In a few short days, the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020 event will be taking over Albert Park, Melbourne. It’s an event unlike a traditional stroll past the water, with the unique smell of hot race rubber on the tracks, the roar of the cars, kilometres away, and a crowd of over 300,000 spectators bustling about.