[ICEVI-Europe] ICEVI-Europe Newsletter Issue 67 December 2018

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Dear reader,

new issue of ICEVI-Europe's newsletter is already on our website.

EUROPEAN NEWSLETTER - ISSUE 67

Volume 24 number 3, September 2018 

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

        * The President's Message [2] by Hans Welling, ICEVI-Europe President
        * ICEVI-Europe Agenda of upcoming Events [3]
        * 1st Rehabilitation Conference of ICEVI-Europe in Budapest [4] by
Beata Pronay, Associate Professor, Eotvos Lorand University
        * What is good, can always be better. Wondering how to improve the
mathematical performances of blind students? [5]
        * International Symposium on Physical Activity and Individuals with
Visual Impairments or Deafblindness: Where Research meets Practice -
Call for Papers and Registration [6]
        * Conference report: 7th European Conference on Psychology and Visual
Impairment in honour of Betty Leotsakou vision [7] by Peter Verstraten,
The Netherlands
        * Report from the Vilnius Conference 'Different but together -
inclusive education of the blind and visually impaired". 30th October,
2018, Vilnius, Lithuania [8], by Dalia Taurienė, Lithuanian training
Centre for the Blind and visually impaired
        * VIII ICEVI East European Conference: Accessible environment for
people with disabilities: results and prospects [9], by Ruchin Vladimir,
Board Member of ICEVI-Europe, Eastern European countries (Russia)
        * First Results from the Erasmus + PrECIVIM project - Project report
[10], by Assoc.Prof. Dr. Vassilis Argyropoulos, University of Thessaly,
Greece
        * Principles of communication with people who are blind and visually
impaired [11], by Gašper Tanšek, Teacher of Physical Education - Center
IRIS, Slovenia
        * Information and Consultation Stations for the newly blind and the
visually impaired (VI) in Israel [12], by Ary Grinberg - Project
coordinator, Moshe Oved - Director of the Aleh society, Zohar Ginio -
Chairman of the Aleh society
        * Salus University's Global Efforts to Reduce Shortages in the Field
of Visual Impairment [13]
        * In an Effort to Better Share Information and Knowledge on the
Evaluation and Treatment of Persons with Visual Impairments, Vision
Specialty Tracks & a Doctorate Are Now Available for International
Vision Specialists and Occupational Therapists in our Post-Professional
Occupational Therapy Program at Salus University [14]
        * Innovative learning & writing solution for visually impaired [15]

Previous issues could be found on
http://www.icevi-europe.org/enletter/index.html [1]

Enjoy reading attached newsletter (doc format)!
 

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[1] http://icevi-europe.org/enletter/index.html
[2] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a1
[3] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a2
[4] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a3
[5] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a4
[6] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a5
[7] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a6
[8] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a7
[9] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a8
[10] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a9
[11] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a10
[12] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a11
[13] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a12
[14] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a13
[15] http://icevi-europe.org/newsletter/issue67.php#a14

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