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Tutorials and courses explaining a technology or technique for implementing accessibility

Several hardware components used to build custom assistive technologies

Integration of Alternative Input Modalities

AsTeRICS is a free and Open-Source construction set for assistive technologies (AT). It allows the creation of flexible solutions for people with disabilities using a large set of sensors and actuators.

AsTeRICS WebACS Tutorial

Find all the information you need to start using the AsTeRICs Configuration Suite, for easily building and adapting "Assistive Technologies"

Screenshot of a demo of the first discovery tool

First Discovery Tool Documentation

The First Discovery Tool documentation provides tutorials and API information about the First Discovery Tool.

Accessible Web Games and Interactive Simulations

The Accessible Web Games and Interactive Simulations guide within the Inclusive Learning Design Handbook (ILDH) provides insights and techniques for creating accessible interactive content. Topics include orienting a screen reader user, communicating events, and cognitive load.

Screenshot of the demo of Floe Learner Options

Learner Needs and Preferences

Each individual learns in a unique way. The Learner Needs and Preferences guide in the Inclusive Learning Design Handbook covers content malleability and provides resources to applying personalization principles to your own content.

Floe video player, with frame and caption preview on hover over the scrub bar.

Video Content and Learning

Video as a learning medium has become increasingly popular on the web. Many sites now even cater solely to video learning content (e.g., Academic Earth, TED Talks, Khan Academy). With the use of video as a compact and compelling medium, however, comes the responsibility of making it an effective platform for users with a myriad of different needs and preferences.

Design Guidelines for User Interface Sockets

URC sockets are the base on whicpersonalised user interfaces can be build. Since they are the common base of all possible user interfaces they should be well designed an stable in time. These guidelines help to develop reliable sockets.