Accessibility of mathematical resources: the technology gap
The author outlines the gap in technology for students studying mathematical subjects who are not able to read standard print effectively. Three case study examples are given all based at the University of Bath.
This case study was written by Emma Cliffe. It provides information suitable for Higher Education. It provides information suitable for Assistive Technologist, Disability Practitioner, Lecturer. Further information can be found at:
- This case study covers aspects of: Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research
- This case study may be useful for: Dyslexia, Visual Impairments
- It refers to a context, methods and processes as of 2010.
- It considers how the learning and teaching context in STEM subjects may lead to STEM challenges for students who experience Information processing difficulties, Language/Comprehension difficulties, Memory/Recall difficulties, Visual difficulties. The particular challenges considered are:
- The challenges successfully met were:
- To meet these challenges the following processes were employed:
- The following skills were also built:
Overview of content
The article contains the following headers:
- University of Bath
- The nature of the technology gap
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