Accessibility & Hearing Impaired

The University of Western Sydney has a responsibility to ensure that everyone has access to its campuses, facilities and resources.

For the hearing impaired, during DH2015 a hearing loop will be available in the Auditorium (Building EE) and the main conference venue (Building EA). These are rooms:

  • EE.G.03, EE.G.19, EE.G.36
  • EA.G.18, EA.G.19, EA.G.34, EA.G.36, EA.G.38, EA.1.29, EA.1.31, EA.1.33, EA.2.14, EA.2.29, EA.2.31

Wheelchair access is available to all venues.

Accessible pathways and parking are indicated on the Parramatta South campus map.

About the DHRG @ UWS

About the DHRG @ UWS

Digital Humanities is a field of research and teaching that has been growing dramatically around the world, especially over the past five years. There has been considerable activity at UWS across a number of Schools and Institutes, and in 2012 the University approved the formal establishment of a Research Group in Digital Humanities. The Research Group began operation in early 2013, and is now led by Australia’s first Professor of Digital Humanities, Paul Arthur.

Getting to UWS

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