ECER and Accessibility

Being as inclusive as possible is important to EERA and ECER. Although the universities hosting ECER are mostly wheelchair accessible, please let us know if you require wheelchair accessibility. If you would like to bring a person to the conference to support you (e.g. sign language interpreter, sighted guide) please contact us to organise a free entry for this person. Also please get in touch with us if you have any other questions/requests.

University of Glasgow - Information on Accessibility

The University of Glasgow has collected a broad variety of information regarding accessibility of their campus, from accessibility maps to hearing aid information for each room.

Link: www.gla.ac.uk/explore/accessibility/

Please note that some of their offers are only available for students, not conference participants (e.g. BSL users).

Accessible Travel Hub Scotland

The Hub is a place for you to find information, articles and guidance on Accessible Travel in Scotland.

Link: http://accessibletravel.scot/

Euansguide Offers Reviews on Accessibility of Places in Glasgow

Euansguide.com is the disabled access review website where disabled people, their family, friends and carers can find and share reviews on the accessibility of places around the UK and beyond. Take a look at a selection of places in Glasgow that come recommended by reviewers.

Contact Us

Please contact the EERA Office for additional questions regarding ECER and accessibility.

Making Your Presentation Accessible

We would like to encourage all ECER presenters to make their presentations as accessible as possible for people with sensory impairments.

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