ICT Learning & Digital Inclusion 2

July 4, 2017

A11Y – Accessibility

ICT Learning & Digital Inclusion 2

Conference Day 2: Thursday 14th September 2017 from 14.00

Session Chairs:

Emily Redmond,  Service Designer, Good Things Foundation

Twitter: @RedmondEm

James Richardson, Research Manager, Good Things Foundation

Twitter: @goodthingsfdn

Programme

14.00 – 14.09 – James Richardson, Good Things Foundation A Community-Level Perspective on Digitally and Socially Including Disabled People

14.09 – 14.18 – Emily Redmond, Good Things Foundation Supporting Disabled People’s Independence with Digital Skills in the Community

14.18 – 14.36 – Leen Sevens, KU Leuven, Belgium Building An Accessible Pictograph Interface for Users With Intellectual Disabilities: Pictograph interface for Pictograph-to-Text translation, which facilitates the construction of written text on social media platforms.

14.36 – 14.54 – Yasmin Patzer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Inclusive E-Learning – towards an Integrated System Design: At first sight there seem to be issues combining technical accessibility guidelines and educational needs when designing inclusive E-Learning.

14.54 – 15.03 –  Naotsune Hosono, NPO Niimaru Co-creation Learning Procedures: Comparing Interactive Language Lessons for Deaf and Hearing Students

15.03 – 15.12 – Stefan Parker, Kompetenznetzwerk KI-I The WebACS – An Accessible Graphical Editor

15.12 – 15.30 – Discussion 


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We call upon @ansidotorg, @Standards4EU and @BSI_UK to endorse Recommendation2016 for #accessibility in #standards: https://t.co/7b3cpvfnWP

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ISO TC37 already endorsed Recommendation2016 for accessibility + inclusion in standards: https://t.co/7b3cpvfnWP @EU_Consumer @IECStandards

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To facilitate the uptake of #accessibility and #einclusion we need them anchored in #standards: Recommendation2016… https://t.co/JKy3QFbERw