Professor Mac MacLachlan joins with members of the Department and the wider MU community to launch the MU ALL Institute at the Freedom Tech National Assembly
Pictured (front row; left to right): Rose Ryan (Director of Access); Claire Shorten (Master of Education student); Gerard Gallagher (Disability Advisor); Dr Jamie Saris (Dept. of Anthropology); Dr Fleur Boot (Dept. of Psychology); Grace Edge (Disability Officer); Simon Ahern (Educational Technology Officer); Dr Joanne McVeigh (Dept. of Psychology); (back row): Dr Deirdre Desmond (Dept. of Psychology); Professor Mac MacLachlan (Department of Psychology); Professor Ray O’Neill (VP for Research and Innovation); Caitriona O’Sullivan (Turn to Teaching Project Maynooth Access Programme); Emma Smith (visiting Friedman Scholar Dept. of Psychology).
The Assisting Living and Learning (ALL) Institute was officially launched by Professor Ray O’Neill during the Freedom Tech National Assembly on November 16th. ALL has a central mission to enable people across their life course - especially those who have been marginalized - to achieve well-being in their preferred ways; through the development and application of appropriate technologies, person-centred systems and evidence-based policies, that empower users and those supporting them. For further details or to get involved, see: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/all-institute