Guidelines for creating accessible educational materials

The AMELib Accessibility Service of Panteion University, with the aim of informing the academic community, has drafted guidelines for the creation of accessible educational material. This specific guide (in Greek) is addressed to faculty members but also to University services that produce educational material, with the aim of making the production of this material accessible to students with disabilities.

Social Care Services in Higher Education: The Present and the Future

The University of Patras is organizing a Workshop entitled: “Social Care Services in Higher Education: The Present and the Future“, on Friday, November 25, 2022, as part of the Program “Supporting Social Care Interventions of the University of Patras”.

Members of the project team of our program will attend with a relevant presentation.

Online watching of the Workshop will take place through the following link:

You may download the agenda from here

28th Panhellenic Conference of Academic Libraries

In the framework of the 28th Panhellenic Conference of Academic Libraries, held in Corfu on October 19 – 21, 2022, a member of the project team (Ms. Elvira Boyatzi) as well as the Director of the Panteion University Library, Ms. Constantia Kakali, participated with presentations, in the seminar on: “Alternative ways of reading for visually impaired people: the case of visually impaired readers” on Thursday, October 20, 2022.

28th Panhellenic Congress of Academic Libraries in Corfu, October 19-21, 2022
Participants of the Congress
Participants of the Congress

4th Municipal Libraries Workshop

In the framework of the program “Supporting Social Care Interventions for Panteion University Students“, the Library’s accessibility team presented in the 4th Municipal Libraries Workshop (22-24 September 2022) the article entitled “Libraries for everyone: AMELib services for visually impaired users” with the aim of informing the community about accessibility issues, the operation of AMELib, the service of students with disabilities at Panteion University and at the same time the filing of future goals and collaborations.

Presentation by Mrs K. Kakali
Vikelea Library of Heraklion Municipality