We had the opportunity to visit RMIT and were able to discuss ways in which our platform may create greater accessibility opportunities for students at the university who have a disability. Assistive technology can be a powerful tool in enhancing a person’s learning experience and can also provide opportunities for greater social inclusion. A lot of good ideas were discussed and there is plenty to think about moving forward. Something as simple as downloading a suitable app can make learning easier. E.g. Someone with a hearing impairment who is having difficulty hearing what their teacher is saying could use an app like Live Transcribe. Infact, any speech to text technology would be a good solution for this student. Thank you to Ross, Sherman and Tass for giving us the opportunity to share what we do.