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Chrysallis-Close to Disability May 7, 2007

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Microsoft Windows XP > The Accessible Way new e-Learning course released

Greek firm, Chrysallis-Close to Disability recently released an accessible e-learning course, Microsoft Windows XP – The accessible way, aiming to provide learners with the opportunities to decide for the pace and time that suits them best, to attend the course and receive support according to their needs. This high quality fully accessible e-learning course is offered to a wider target group, including people with and without disabilities, providing them equal opportunities for life long learning, new ways of communication and even for creative leisure activities.

The accessible e-learning course includes an explanation of Windows XP environment and its basic functions, configuration of the software and hardware of the computer, how to use Windows applications like WordPad and MS Paint, how to work with files, how to maintain and optimize the computer and other, including the Start Menu, the Control Panel, the Task manager, receiving help & support etc.

After completing the accessible Microsoft Windows XP – The accessible way e-learning course, the participant will acquire adequate knowledge in Microsoft Windows XP operating system. Hence, Chrysallis – Close to Disability has developed an innovative, fully accessible e-learning course on Microsoft Windows XP covering all the essential content to advance beginner computer users into an intermediate level.

Chrysallis is a non-profit organisation that strives to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. Chrysallis aims to work against the discrimination and exclusion that people with disabilities face in the society emphasizing the socialization by offering them opportunities for life long learning, support and knowledge in new technologies. The knowledge and experience of Chrysallis members on disability issues provides guidelines and suggestions for the best interest of people with disabilities focusing on new research and educational methods, accessibility issues, equality, independence as well as good practices.

Chrysallis – Close to Disability, 34 Veranzerou Street, Athens 10432, Greece, tel 210 52 30 444, info@chrysallis.eu  http://www.chrysallis.eu

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