Tag Archives: Accessibility and technology

CAP: AccessCyberlearning

PI: Sheryl Burgstahler University of Washington Award Details One challenge in designing and studying technology-based learning environments is incorporating state of the art knowledge about how technology can support (or hinder) those with disabilities. This project will help researchers in the cyberlearning community do research that takes into account what is known about technology and […]

DIP: Collaborative Research: Taking Hands-on Experimentation to the Cloud: Comparing Physical and Virtual Models in Biology on a Massive Scale

PIs: Ingmar Hans Riedel-Kruse, Paulo Blikstein Stanford University Award Details In this Cyberlearning: Transforming Education DIP project, the PIs are building and evaluating a technological and curricular infrastructure to empower scalable, low-cost experimentations for undergraduates and K-12 students in the life sciences. The infrastructure exploits two technologies that have been developed by the PIs: biotic […]

EXP: Exploring Augmented Reality to Improve Learning by Deaf Children in Planetariums

PIs: Michael Jones, Fred Mangrubang, Eric Hintz, Ron Proctor Brigham Young University Award Details This project is investigating the use of head-mounted augmented reality (AR) to improve learning outcomes among deaf and hard of hearing learners in situations that make learning logistically-challenging for them, specifically presentation situations where there is also some scenario that needs […]

EAGER: Promoting Algebra Learning Through an Accessible Expression System for Students with Visual Impairments and Blindness

PI: Derrick Smith, Erica Slate University of Alabama in Huntsville Award Details The long-term goal of the PIs for this project is to transform the enterprise of STEM education for blind students and those with visual impairments by creating a fully accessible teaching platform that acknowledges their special needs. Learning of mathematics for students with […]