Employable: Using Virtual Worlds to Expand Employment Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities
Monday, April 29, 2013: 9am-12pm, Hawai‘i Convention Center
This three-hour workshop will explore the application of interactive virtual environments to employment success for people with disabilities, with particular emphasis on Veterans and individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury. The workshop will offer participants hands-on training and interaction with a virtual employment center, EmployAble: World Without Barriers, which uses the Second Life
- Learn about the benefits and applications of multi-user virtual environments (MUVE) such as Second Life for individuals with disabilities.
- Learn how to address challenges related to access to MUVE technology.
- Explore how virtual technology is being used in rehabilitation and employment settings.
- Explore a model virtual employment center in Second Life.
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