Helping special needs students stay safe online

29 Nov 2018

Article highlighted new initiatives launched by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to help the disabled live independently, such as a pilot programme to teach students with disabilities how to protect themselves in cyberspace. Recently, the IMDA also launched infocommunications and assistive technology satellite libraries, where people with disabilities can borrow devices and try them out before making a purchase as the devices are costly. The satellite loan library at TP was launched on Nov 13, while SP and NP are planning to launch their libraries early next year. (The Straits Times, pB8)
29 Nov - Helping special needs students stay safe online

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