UCLan’s Kaleidoscope showcases our research
We were delighted to showcase our work last week at an event celebrating the best of UCLan’s ideas and innovations. This exciting event, Kaleidoscope, was held on 17 November and attracted local dignitaries, partners, and other friends of UCLan.
Our research fellow Nick Palfreyman and technician Phil Howarth were on hand to show how the research we conduct makes a difference to the lives of deaf children and adults in the Global South. The stand included information on our work on literacy and education in India, and how our research is being applied in Indonesia to improve access to information through sign language.
UCLan VC Mike Thomas said: “I was extremely impressed with the quality of projects and how engaging all the staff working at the event were. Over the past week we have received many comments on how the event was useful to those who attended and the innovative ideas and products on display.”
Thanks to everyone involved in the event for this great opportunity to share our research.