sociABILITY translated into Hungarian

Friday, 30 November 2012 10:42am

Our sociABILITY: Social media for people with a disability resource has been made available to people in Hungary through the Australian Embassy’s Public Diplomacy Program. To celebrate International Day of Persons with Disability, the Australian Ambassador to Hungary will give a translated version of the resource to the President of the Hungarian Association for the Blind and Vision Impaired in Budapest on Monday.

Funded by the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network and first launched in March, sociABILITY helps people with sensory or mobility impairment overcome the accessibility barriers found in six of the world’s most popular social networking tools. The report and tip sheets guide people through getting started on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Skype and blogging.

Author Dr Scott Hollier said, “"It's great that the global nature of the Web and social media means that we’re able to support people with disabilities in Hungary to enjoy the benefits that social media can provide."

If you would like a copy of the Hungarian translation please send us an email.


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