Aspects Regarding the Need of Accessible Information Technology in Computer Assisted Learning for Persons with Disabilities
Information technology has become a key technology for persons with disabilities, offering capabilities to overcome the multiple problems facing this category of users. On the other hand, European legislation and the national one, through the proposed programs and projects, highlights the necessity to create an information society, an open and democratic society, where "e-accessibility", "e-inclusion" and "design for all " concepts are found. These concepts are closely related to education and require the intensifying of research and development in assistive technologies based on ICT (Information and Communication Technology) standards.
Volume (Year): 60 (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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