16th International Mobility Conference. Call for Abstracts

27 May 2016
Source: IMC International

June 26th-30th 2017  IMC  16 LOGO
Dublin / Ireland

Call for Abstracts Now Open!

Abstract submissions are welcome for consideration for the International Mobility Conference which will be held in Dublin, Ireland on 26th-20th June 2017. This conference represents excellent opportunity to present original research and case studies based on the conference these of ‘Transitions: Moving On, Moving Out‘.

The themes asks us to consider the transitions experienced by blind and visually impaired people and the implications of these transitions for the service provision and professional practice. This includes how we transition through our physical environments and use developments in technology. IMC Conferences have established themselves as the leasing international forum for discussion and deliberation on issues relation to all aspects of the O&M practice and development. International co-operation and communication enable us to advance our shared understanding of the man increasingly complex issues involved in best practice.

The purpose of this communication is to formally invite you, on behalf of the organising committee of the International Mobility Conference 2017, to submit your paper for review and avail of this opportunity to present your research at IMC16 2017.

 

 

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