This paper presents a critical overview of results from two research projects carried out simultaneously in Italy, one led by the National Research Council and the other by GLIC (Interregional Group of the Centres for Electronic Technical Aids). The aim of both studies was to investigate the application and effectiveness of recent legislation (Law 4/2004) regarding the accessibility of digital material, not only of web pages but also of off-the-shelf applications. Both projects focused in particular on the accessibility of educational software, which plays a key role in supporting learning, especially for students with disabilities

(2007). Accessibility of Educational Software: from the Technical to the User’s Point of View . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/112544

Accessibility of Educational Software: from the Technical to the User’s Point of View

Besio, Serenella;
2007-01-01

Abstract

This paper presents a critical overview of results from two research projects carried out simultaneously in Italy, one led by the National Research Council and the other by GLIC (Interregional Group of the Centres for Electronic Technical Aids). The aim of both studies was to investigate the application and effectiveness of recent legislation (Law 4/2004) regarding the accessibility of digital material, not only of web pages but also of off-the-shelf applications. Both projects focused in particular on the accessibility of educational software, which plays a key role in supporting learning, especially for students with disabilities
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