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The ViPi (Virtual portal for ImpaiRed Groups Interaction - http://www.vipi-project.eu) team would like to announce the release of the ViPi user requirement survey. The survey aims to assess:
The survey is tailored to people with disabilities and organisations representing them, relatives, carers and trainers of people with disabilities, and also people dealing with the employment of and policy regarding people with disabilities.
While there are a high number of total questions, it will guide you to those parts of the survey which are relevant to you. The survey length varies dependent on your particular interest in the ViPi project, but should not take more than 15 minutes to complete. All personal questions are optional.
The outcomes of this survey will guide the focus of future ViPi project developments, and hence it is a very important part of the project. It is also your opportunity to express your opinions on ICT training for people with disabilities. Please spare the time to complete the survey, and guide ViPi in the direction that will benefit all stakeholders best.
The survey can be found here:
Many thanks in advance,
The ViPi team.
ViPi (Virtual portal for ImpaiRed Groups Interaction - http://www.vipi-project.eu) aims to provide a â€œone-stop-shopâ€ interactive portal & learning environment that delivers:
The platform will equally act as a â€œone-stop-shopâ€ for trainer organizations to find and contribute LOs that they can integrate in existing learning environments and practices. Using Open Source Software, ViPi platform extensions can be easily integrated.
ViPi platform will thus be able to support a fully accessible and Open Source based pan-European learning network and community, bringing together key stakeholders and gatekeepers (VET, target groups, umbrella organizations), while offering a vast set of reusable (PC and Mobile) LOs, supported by Web 2.0 social services.
The ViPi KA3 LLL project (511792-LLP-1-2010-1-GR-KA3-KA3NW) has been partially funded under the Lifelong Learning program, subprogramme KA3 ICT. This communication reflects the views only of the author(s), and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.