People with Disabilities: Materials for Teaching Accessibility and Design for All
The growing interest on teaching accessibility and design for all requires good teaching material. While the research body is growing, emphasis for teaching materials is less developed. We identify a few criteria for teaching materials and identify their role in curriculum and course development.
KeywordsTeaching Material Training Material Factual Knowledge Screen Reader Core Knowledge
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