4th EDA Conference 2013

Please note that this is a past event! Information here is kept for reference.

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Växjö, Sweden, September 20-22, 2013

The conference was a success!

The European Dyslexia Associations would like to thank every one who came to Sweden and made the conference possible. About 400 participants, presenters, keynote speakers, poster presenters and exhibitors came to Växjö, Sweden and enjoyed three days of conferencing. 

Programme and other files

Download the programme

Keynote speakers

Brian Butterworth is Professor Emeritus of Cognitive Neuropsy- chology at University College, London and founding editor of the academic journal “Mathematical Cognition”.

Carsten Elbro is Professor, dr. phil. at the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen. His main research fields are reading and reading difficulties.

Karin Landerl is Professor, Dr, and Head of Developmental Psychology at the University of Graz, Austria

Åke Olofsson is Professor on the Department of Psychology at Umeå University, Sweden.

Franck Ramus is a CNRS senior research scientist at the Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycho- linguistique, Institute of Cognitive Studies, Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris.

David Share is a Professor in the Faculty of Education and Chair of the Department of Learning Dis- abilities at the University of Haifa, Israel.

Shared content

Shared content from the 4th EDA conference Here you may find most of the Keynote speakers files. They have gracefully accepted to share their files with our participants.

Please respect the copyright and don’t spread or use any content in these files without written permission from the author.

The European Dyslexia Association is not responsible for any content in these files and only makes them available as a courtesy.

Keynote: Åke Olofsson 151 kB
Keynote: Brian Butterworth 2699 kB
Keynote: David Share 462 kB
Keynote: Karin Landerl 1945 kB
Keynote: Franck Ramus 1660 kB
Universitetsstudenter med dyslexi: Läsförmåga och studiestrategier 222 kB