ETH Zurich is committed to obstacle-free access. Over the next few years, people with disabilities or special needs - whether students, teachers, researchers, employees or visitors - should have largely unrestricted access to ETH buildings and services. Particularly in the use of digital aids, ETH would also like to be a role model for other stakeholders. This includes raising employees' awareness of digital obstacle-free access. For example, the programme includes accessible teaching materials, accessible library media and accessible communication. In addition, the ETH app is to be expanded in a sub-project so that barrier-free orientation on the grounds and in the buildings of ETH Zurich is made possible.
Appropriate framework conditions make it possible to exploit the opportunities of digitalisation in the education sector
Education and skills
People, businesses and public authorities have sufficient skills to make the most of new technologies and are able to evaluate them critically.