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Journal of enabling technologies


Año 2012. Volumen 6 (1)

User requirements for an ICT-based system to provide care, support and information access for older people in the community
Simon Brownsell, Steven Blackburn, Mark Hawley
Touch n' Tag: digital annotation of physical objects with voice tagging
Antti Konttila, Marja Harjumaa, Salla Muuraiskangas, Mikko Jokela, Minna Isomursu
A virtual environment for people who are blind – a usability study
Orly Lahav, David Schloerb, Siddarth Kumar, Mandyam Srinivasan
Steps to independence – supporting every day decision making with computers
Warren Oldreive, Neil Moore, Mary Waight
Using interactive white boards as a tool to motivate and engage student learners with learning difficulties and disabilities
Lloyd Mead
The search for a suitable outcome measure for use in evaluating the outcome of provision of an environmental control system
Phil Palmer, Jill Jepson
Ethical issues around telecare: the views of people with intellectual disabilities and people with dementia
Jon Perry, Steve Beyer
AT Guide: developing a new way to help people with dementia and their carers find information about assistive technology
Nada Savitch, Deborah Brooks, Stephen Wey
How personalised technology can be used to benefit quality of life for people with learning disabilities who have multiple and complex needs
Suzanne Fry
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