BrailleNet

11th European e-Accessibility Forum
e-Accessible Culture

19/06/2017, 9am-6pm
Cité des sciences et de l'industrie, Paris

 
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Programme

09h00 - 09h30 : Opening Session

  • Welcome address
    Bruno MAQUART (Universcience Cité des Sciences)
  • Introduction
    Bruno MARMOL (BrailleNet - INRIA)

09h30 - 10h00 : Panel discussion

Chair : Dominique BURGER (ingénieur, fondateur de BrailleNet)
  • My cultural life with a disability
    Jacques SEMELIN (Historian and political scientist, author of 'Je veux croire au soleil' (2016)), Melchior DEROUET (actor and event designer)

10h00 - 11h00 : Building inclusive cultural services from the bottom up

Chair : Jan ENGELEN (KUL Universiteit, Leuven)
  • The French Ministry of Culture and Communication's efforts to increase access to culture through digital technologies
    Sandrine SOPHYS-VERET (French Ministry for Culture and Communication)
  • Producing and distributing accessible e-books: the Swedish model
    Jesper KLEIN (MTM/DAISY Consortium)
  • OPALINe, a Research & Development project for accessible books
    Alex BERNIER (BrailleNet)

11h00 - 11h30 : COFFEE BREAK

11h30 - 12h30 : Celebrating diversity and driving creativity through digital technologies

Chair : Susanna LAURIN (CEO, Funka)
  • Breaking down physical and societal barriers to music-making through technology
    Gawain HEWITT (Drake Music)
  • Disability as a driver of creativity
    David LEMOINE (BrutPop), Antoine CAPET (BrutPop)
  • The ‘Jodi Awards’ as a prism of accessible digital culture
    Ross PARRY (Jodi Mattes Trust / University of Leicester)

12h30 - 13h30 : Lunchtime Workshops: First session

  • Accessible localisation apps for cultural visits
    Ciprian MELIAN (Livdéo/GEED)
  • Solutions for blind and low vision users
    Philippe TROTIN (Microsoft), Sanaa BAHOU (Microsoft)
  • 3D Supermaker : Encouraging dialogue with art regardless of age or ability through 3D printing
    Florian SOIROT (Créative Handicap)
  • Virtual Visits for people with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia
    Cindy BAROTTE (Cultural Action for Alzheimer's)

13h30 - 14h30 : Lunchtime Workshops: Second session

  • Cultural accessibility for people with hearing and visual impairements
    Joseph ZIRAH (Twavox)
  • Accessibility in Education
    Philippe TROTIN (Microsoft), Sanaa BAHOU (Microsoft), - Kophosight students team (-)
  • Internet of things solutions for deaf visitors : the results of the pilot project at the Musee national Picasso in Paris
    Carole RAPHANEL (Audiovisit), Gaëlle LESAFFRE (Independant director of studies and evaluation)
  • A retranscription and sub-titling app for web accessibility
    Zoé SALAÜN (Authôt)

14h30 - 15h15 : From the visual to the textual - describing the arts in a digital world

Chair : Heather SMITH (National Trust)
  • From text to art: building accessibility into the JSTOR and Artstor digital archives
    Lauren TRIMBLE (ITHAKA)
  • Increasing opportunities to experience and enjoy art and heritage through digital technologies
    Matthew COCK (Vocal Eyes)

15h15 - 15h45 : AFTERNOON BREAK

15h45 - 17h00 : Balancing inclusive and specific measures to increase access for all

Chair : Pierre-Yves LOCHON (Club Innovation & Culture France)
  • Building accessible media - France Télévisions' strategies
    Matthieu PARMENTIER (France Télévisions)
  • Disability and Culture: Designing differently for all
    Marion BOISTEL (Signes de Sens)
  • Digital Accessibility at the Centre des Monuments Nationaux
    Alexandra DROMARD (Centre des Monuments nationaux)
  • Let´s Make it work for everyone! The MegaMind exhibition space and accessibility
    Mariana BACK (National Museum of Science and Technology, Sweden), Maria OLSSON (National Museum of Science and Technology, Sweden)

17h00 - 17h30 : Panel discussion

Chair : Katie DURAND (BrailleNet)
  • Embedding accessibility in all digital projects : challenges and opportunities
    Fabienne RUELLAN (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Quimper), Aurélia FLEURY (Musée de l'Homme), Emilie BOURGOUIN (Centre recherche théâtre handicap)

17h30 - 17h45 : Closing Session

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