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Title: The IDCnet approach: educating students and professionals in 'design for all'
Authors: Nicolle, C.A.
Darzentas, Jenny
Keywords: Inclusive design
Design for All
Curricula
ICT
HCI
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: British Computer Society Disability Group
Citation: NICOLLE, C.A. and DARZENTAS, J., 2003. The IDCnet approach: educating students and professionals in 'design for all'. In: Proceedings of ICAT 2003 (International Conference on Assistive Technology), 2-3 December 2003. London: British Computer Society Disability Group.
Abstract: will enable people with impairments to move through life with appropriate Assistive Technology to meet their changing needs. A key requirement within such an infrastructure is education. The Inclusive Design Curriculum Network (IDCnet) is a Thematic Network financed by the Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme of the European Commission (http://www.idcnet.info/). The aim of the project is to integrate information and identify core knowledge sets and skills for model curricula in Design for All (DfA) specifically for information and communication products, systems and services. This presentation will present some ideas which are still under discussion and will invite further contributions, both now and as the project progresses.
Description: This is a conference paper.
Version: Accepted for publication
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/16556
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