Working with multimedia

Project Puzzle’s training guides provide training in how to use ICT and multimedia technologies to engage people with IDs actively in learning in new and accessible ways.

The developed training course is to capture the innovative Multimedia Advocacy approach to using new media with people with IDs in a way that will ‘translate’ effectively to the diverse array of education and service provider organisations that serve people with IDs in various other EU countries. 

Project Puzzle aims to share innovative ways in which to use the latest ICT, mobile and new media tools in our work with intellectually disabled people. The Project objective is to instruct and guide on how these technologies, and the new approaches to communication and information that they make possible, can help raise awareness about human rights and teach people with IDs about what they can do to attain them and live independent lives as adults in their communities to their best ability.

Tools to assist with Multimedia Advocacy work

Multimedia Advocacy – A short course on working with new media tools and easy-to-read information 

a.   How to take photos with different devices

b.   Working with pictures tools and links

c.    How to take videos with different devices

d.    Working with video good practice guide

e.    Working with sound – record sound with different devices

f.     Working with sound good practice guide

g.    Guide to the Path Tool for Person Centre Planning

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