Teaching, in the university environment, continuing education, in the business environment, and the transfer of knowledge, in general, constitute a natural line of projects of the Chair of Accessibility. Personalized training in ICT accessibility, inclusive services, or design strategies for all are examples of teaching activities that are usually carried out.
Research, both basic and applied, in the field of Universal Accessibility, Design for All, User-Centered Design, User Experience, etc. in the university, associative and business environments it is one of the fundamental axes of the Chair of Accessibility. Multidisciplinary collaboration with research groups, third sector entities, and research centers incorporates the values of accessibility and inclusion in the natural environment of research development.
Advice and support in the incorporation of accessibility and inclusion in quality assurance and project management processes become an effective formula for collaboration. The Chair of Accessibility becomes a reference figure, with limited participation in projects, in order to provide technical guidelines and analysis of technological feasibility.
The design of products, environments and services that incorporate accessibility and facilitate the inclusion of all people is one of the unique activities of technology transfer carried out by the Chair of Accessibility within the university. At the same time, it should be borne in mind that the Accessibility Chair does not aim to manufacture or market products, environments or services, as it does not have a business purpose.