General information about ICC
The International Camp on Communication and Computers (ICC) is an international summer school intended for youngsters with visual impairment. ICC will introduce to the young blind and partially sighted various ways to use computers to communicate, find information and have fun. During the ten day program of practical workshops and leisure time activities, youngsters have the chance to exchange their experiences.
You can find more information in the section general information or at the ICC association website http://www.icc-camp.info.
The upcomming camp
The host organization for ICC 2013 will be, for the second time after successfully having hosted the event in 2005, the Support Centre for Students with Special Needs, Masaryk University. The 19th ICC camp will take place at the premises of the University Center Telč, Masaryk University, from July 15 to July 24 2013. You can find more information about ICC 2013, the venue and program, as well as information about the registration requirements and participation fee, in the section Telč (Czech republic, 2013).
If you are interested in participating, please contact us via phone (+420 549 491 105) or email (email@example.com).
The past events
The camp was originally intended as an Austrian educational event, but it soon turned out that the camp attracted extreme attention all over Europe, the USA and Japan. A team of national coordinators was created; its members manage the participation of students from different countries. At the beginning, the Czech Republic was represented in this coordinating team by the Grammar School and Business Academy for the Blind (dr. Wanda Gonzúrová) together with Tereza – Support Centre for blind students at CVUT (Ing. Ondřej Fránek).
From 2001, the Teiresias Centre has been the Czech national coordinator of the ICC.
- Cluj-Napoca (Romania, 2012)
- Ferrara (Italy, 2011)
- Athens (Greece, 2010)
- Vienna (Austria, 2009)
- Espoo (Finland, 2007)
- Königs Wusterhausen (Germany, 2006)
- Brno (Czech Republic, 2005)
- Budapest (Hungary, 2004)
- Zollikofen (Switzerland, 2003)
- Loughborough (England, 2002)
- Škofja Loka (Slovenia, 2001)