Contributions to Proceedings:
"Collaboratively generated content on the audio-tactile map";
in: "Computers Helping People with Special Needs, 12th International Conference, ICCHP 2010",
issued by: Miesenberger, K.; Klaus, J.; Zagler, W.; Karshmer, A;
The objective of the present study was to investigate the usage of audio-tactile maps in an educational context with visually impaired users, to pinpoint problem areas and to enhance or re-design a suitable system correspondingly. The gained insights led to the design of a modular e-learning tool, based on playful exploration, expression and participation. This is accomplished by harnessing recent advancements in collaborative content generation and geo-localized data available online.
visual impairment, e-learning, collaboration, tactile map
Project Head Peter Purgathofer:
Haptisches e-Learning Instrument für behinderte Schüler und Schülerinnen - Sparkling Fingers
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