This series of webinars will provide advice about children with unilateral hearing loss, additional disability and audiological devices.
This series will provide advice about a CVI practice framework.
This 3 part series will provide advice and strategies to support early digital skills for students who are blind or have low vision.
This series of online lectures will provide a deep dive in to a range of topics about blindness and low vision.
This course will provide the participants with an overview of the strengths of children and adolescents with vision impairments and deafblindness related to motor skills and physical activity.
This annual event is an opportunity for Teachers of the Deaf to learn about new research, engage with peers and investigate new resources.
This 6 lectures provide an overview of assistive technology for students who are blind or have low vision.
These two 2 hour presentations will describe the reasons for producing tactile forms of mathematical texts.
NEW DATE: This hands-on workshop will provide information about the structure and language of the Queensland Braille Learning Progression and how it may be applied in a range of contexts.
NextSense Institute provides access to a range of pre-recorded content that you can engage with at your own convenience.
NextSense Institute can customise professional learning to focus on your school or workplace needs. This includes in-person, online, or pre-recorded content.
Get the qualifications you need with the Master of Disability Studies, administered and delivered by NextSense Institute in affiliation with Macquarie University.
Meet the professional staff who work at NextSense Institute.
The Rydge Family Library holds a specialised collection of resources designed to support NextSense Institute's research and postgraduate programs and the information needs of NextSense staff.
The NextSense Institute (formerly RIDBC Renwick Centre) podcast is a regular series that discusses hearing and vision education and health—from new resources to emerging ideas and hot-button issues.
This scholarship is for postgraduate coursework or research students specialising in the field of deafness and hearing loss.