The project is being driven by North East healthcare promotion organisation Cels, through their Assistive Technology Lab (ATL) programme, which aims to bring technology to the region's older population.
What does ATL stand for?
ATL stands for Assistive Technology Lab
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 226 other meanings of ATL in our Acronym Attic
- Antenna Transmission Line
- Anterior Temporal Lobectomy
- Application Template Library
- Approach To Learning (educational term)
- Approved Textbook List (Singapore)
- Aqua Tourisme Loisirs (French tourism company)
- Archer Technicoat Ltd (High Wycombe, UK)
- Arkkitehtitoimistojen Liitto RY (Finnish: Association of Finnish Architects' Offices RY)
- Artificial Transmission Line
- Assistant Team Leader
- Assistive Technology Library (Minnesota)
- Association of Teachers and Lecturers (UK)
- Association Tutélaire de Lozère (French: Guardianship Association of Lozère; Lozère, France)
- Atlanta Thrashers (NHL hockey)
- Atlanta, GA, USA - Hartsfield International (Airport Code)
- ATLAS Transformation Language
- Attempt to Locate (police)
- Attitudes toward Learning (education)
- ATWCS Training Laboratory
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Codeworks Assistive Technology Lab aims to position the North-East as an international centre of excellence for research and development of digital technology products and services to address the ageing population.
A need exists for the establishment of an assistive technology lab on the NJCU campus to provide adequate training and access to assistive technology for students with disabilities, teacher candidates, and faculty and staff.
The Codeworks Assistive Technology Lab (Codeworks ATL) has been set up to conduct research into the issues faced by an ageing population and how technology and design can be used to everyone's benefit.
The best-selling author of A Brief History of Time and award-winning scientist has become a patron of the Codeworks Assistive Technology Lab (ATL), which is officially launched today.