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CIO upfront: The making of a digital human ‘cardiac coach’

What if things could be done differently, more ... accessible by people with disabilities. Democratising help These problems are not unique to heart health. In 2015 a ‘digital human’ was used as part ... read more

Building an advanced syllabus with broadband

Their sixth-class colleagues have ventured outside the school gates ... in technology. The experiment is the brainchild of the Liberties Learning Initiative, the south-inner-city based education and ... read more

Navigating with a Visual Impairment: Problems, Tools and Possible Solutions

In this paper we discuss various navigational aids for people who have a visual impairment. Navigational technologies are classified according to the mode of accommodation and the type of sensor ... read more

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People with sensory needs find helpful setting at T-Mobile Arena

They’re part of an effort by T-Mobile Arena and MGM Resorts International to make not just hockey games but other events more sensory-inclusive to people with conditions including autism spectrum ... read more

Gates Stresses Value of Digital Technology in Making Information More Accessible to People with Vision or Print Disabilities

Last week, the Microsoft Accessible Technology ... information more easily, and make more information available to more people. Gates also pointed out that digital formats often provide a better user ... read more

Bank of America Merrill Lynch Study Finds American Workforce Concerned About Overall Financial Health

A study released today shows that compared to 2013, American workers’ stress about ... spans the basics to the more complex.” In terms of access, the survey found employees want a combination of ... read more

Europeana - the next steps

whereas access to cultural and educational information ... to make more works available in formats accessible to disabled persons; recommends to the Commission that it ensure the provision of special ... read more

DysWebxia 2.0!: more accessible text for people with dyslexia

Even if dyslexia is neurological in origin, certain text modifications could make texts more accessible for people ... stress, tired eyes and acute headaches [31], [32], [33], [34], [35]. The ... read more

Research in Disabilities Education (RDE)

See Chapter II.C.2.j of the GPG for further information ... The Research in Disabilities Education (RDE) program seeks to broaden the participation and achievement of people with disabilities in all ... read more

Prevalence of vision disabilities among U.S. middle-aged adults in 2016, by ethnicity

This statistic depicts the percentage of U.S. adults aged 45 to 64 with a vision disability as of 2016, by ethnicity. According to the data, among that age group, 11.2 percent of Hispanic adults had a ... read more

Coming Soon to America: One Fare Card for All Transit

These technologies harness the power of RFID technology to speed up payments. There are also opportunities to use those tiny computers so many people now carry around ... see the real costs and then ... read more

U.S. Trust Survey Finds Entrepreneurs Take Charge of Their Future but Aren’t Prepared When Life Doesn’t Go According to Plan

One reason may be that millennial entrepreneurs used external funding sources to a greater degree and feel accountability to outside investors and lenders more ... managing people (No. 1), managing ... read more

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