Assistive Technology

Session 1: Overview of Enable Project

ICT assisted learning for disabled persons  collected and evaluated by the ENABLE Network Project 

Classifying and evaluating ICT learning technologies for disabled people

Session 2:  Tablets and Mobile Technologies 

Assistive Technology for Android for Inclusive Learning: CapturaTalk

Bring Your Own Accessibility: A comparison of the accessibility of various tablet operating systems.

Personalized grammar teaching on a tablet in inclusion classrooms

Azzapt: anytime, anywhere Accessible Formats

Moving on: a case study of how mobile applications are creating a more inclusive learning environment in the higher education sector

Designing Mobile Accessible and Ontology-Based Applications for Ubiquitous Foreign Language Learning

Session 3: Accessible Learning Technologies in Different Countries and Cultures 

The Discover Jisc Project – resources for accessibility and inclusion
Providing individualized support to students with disabilities throughout Indonesia

Supporting vulnerable elderly with ICT technology in East Slovakia

Tangible user interface in learning of adults with low fine motor skills

Tailoring content to individual needs through analysis of learning-style

How does Prezi- program motivate students in special/ vocational education?

Session 4 Tools and Interfaces 
The dichotomy of communication technologies revealed from the perspectives of special education school teachers through an ableism lens

Improvements of Open Source Learning Management Systems: Out-of-the-box and appropriate Content are not enough

The Jisc TechDis Toolbox and Voices

Multi-platform scientific notepad

In-Folio – an accessible e-portfolio for learners with learning difficulties or disabilities

Xerte – a user-friendly tool for creating Accessible Learning Objects.

Session 5: Learning Technologies for Deaf and Blind Learners 

Interacting with an EPub Books via VoiceOver-based devices

Presenting Diagrams to Blind Students

Internet based Sign Language teaching – the case of GSL vocabulary

How do hearing-impaired persons perceive sound?






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