Dr. Josélia Neves is Full Professor at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at HBKU where she teaches on the MA in Audiovisual Translation. In her career as a university teacher and researcher, she has led a number of collaborative projects in various fields – television, the cinema and DVD, tourism, museums and cultural venues, the performing arts and education – in an effort to provide access to people of all abilities. She is considered a world-class expert in multimodal and multisensory communication strategies and has published and presented training all over the world on topics such as Subtitling, Audio description, Audio-tactile Transcreation, Accessible websites, Access in specific venues (e.g. schools, hospitals, museums, hotels, restaurants) and in Planning for Change. In Qatar Dr. Neves has worked closely with Qatar Museums, Doha Film Institute, Sasol, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, among others. She is a member of TransMedia Research Group and has worked on various projects with the European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT).