Learning in an Inclusive Multi-Modal Environment

Learning in an Inclusive Multi-Modal Environment

Deryn Graham (University of Greenwich, UK), Ian Benest (University of York, UK) and Peter Nicholl (University of Ulster, UK)
Copyright: © 2010 |Pages: 17
DOI: 10.4018/jcit.2010070102
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Abstract

This paper examines recent research in interaction design for inclusive learning and the development of ideas for further research into building an environment facilitating inclusive multi-modal learning. In this paper, the authors give a summary of the findings of the original case study on improving interaction design for teaching visually impaired students. The paper then describes and discusses further work on evaluating current assistive technology products, with conclusions being drawn on future research.

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