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Making e-mail communication accessible for persons with intellectual disabilities
Kolumba is an open source software that makes a Gmail account more accessible to persons with intellectual disabilities. Kolumba has three features that can be switched on and off on when needed: A Text and content simplifier (Simplext), a translation tool fort ext and pictrogram (Text2Picto) and a Text-to-speech feature.
Prodis Foundation, Kolumba software, Spain
A new set of provisions for the further implementation of inclusive education
Decree No. 66 addresses the issue of inclusion in schools. It was introduced in 2017 and adapted in 2019. It will increase its focus on the evaluation of school inclusiveness, the training of staff, equipment, the promotion of inclusion groups and the improvement of the accessibility of school buildings.
Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, Law 107/2015 – Good School Reform Act; Legislative decree 66/2017, Italy
Interactive website designed to help persons with disabilities and the elderly identify mobile devices that fit their needs and preferences, and enhance their access to ICT and participation in society.
Amóvil aims to help persons with special needs identify mobile devices that are compatible with available assistive technologies and that suit their preferences and needs. It is an interactive website that also offers information on mobile applications that comply with Universal Accessibility and Design for All requirements.
ONCE Foundation, Finding compatible and accessible mobile devices, Spain
The digital inclusion kit transforms conventional digital classrooms (existing and new) located in educational institutions (schools, telecentres, etc.) into technologically accessible spaces. In addition to providing accessible technologies, teachers and other staff are trained in the pedagogical strategies based on ICT.
The kit facilitates the inclusion of persons with disabilities by offering them solutions for gaining access to the digital centres in schools, universities, libraries and telecentres. In 2013 more than 100 centres (schools, libraries, telecentres) had received the kit and more than 4,000 people were trained.
Disability Corporation Colombia Tecnoayudas, Digital inclusion kit for persons with disabilities, Colombia