Finding What You Want at We Can Do

Posted on 28 December 2007. Filed under: Announcements, Introduction to "We Can Do" | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

We Can Do has a growing collection of information on resources, funding sources, academic papers and research, case studies, conferences and other events, call for papers, education and training opportunities, job and internship opportunities, and volunteer opportunities. But how do you find everything that might be helpful to you in the work you do with disability communities in developing countries?

I have now created a new page to help guide you. Click on Navigating We Can Do in the top navigation bar for some quick tips on:

  • finding particular types of information
  • finding information by theme or topic
  • consulting an overview of all We Can Do posts
  • finding announcements for upcoming (or on-going) conferences, events, call for papers, education, and training opportunities
  • making sure you haven’t overlooked any recent posts at We Can Do
  • browsing all past posts in the We Can Do Archives; finding the most popular–and the most under-rated–We Can Do posts
  • finding information and resources elsewhere; making sure you don’t miss future information posted at We Can Do

Please do share any ideas you may have for how I can make it easier for you to “navigate” We Can Do. I want you to be able to quickly find the information you need to help you fight poverty among disabled people in developing countries and advocate for human rights. I also welcome feedback on making We Can Do more accessible to readers with disabilities, including people who use screen readers or screen magnifiers.

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