ICEAPVI 2015 : International Conference on Enabling Access for Persons with Visual Impairment

Country: Greece

City: Athens

Abstr. due: 15.09.2014

Dates: 12.02.15 — 15.02.15

Area Of Sciences: Medicine;

Organizing comittee e-mail: iceapvi@di.uoa.gr

Organizers: Speech and Accessibility Laboratory, Department of Informatics, University of Athens

 

The International Conference on Enabling Access for Persons with Visual Impairment (ICEAPVI) is an interdisciplinary event, where researchers in the domain of education, rehabilitation, information & communication technologies (ICT) and assistive technologies for persons with blindness and low vision meet to present and exchange their recent ideas and newest research.

ICEAPVI-2015 aims to bring together people from different research strands that concern themselves with the basic requirements of the Persons with Visual Impairment, including:

access to the learning,
access to the interpersonal communication,
access to the printed information,
access to the electronic information and the WWW content,
access to the recreation and leisure and
access to the built environment.

We encourage the submission of papers related, but in no way limited, to the following conference topics:

access to digital maps
access to education
access to games
access to learning
access to mathematics
access to mobile devices (tablets, smartphones)
access to social networks and on-line communities
access to the board and the presentations in the classroom
access to the built environment
access to the digital graphical content
access to the educational resources
access to the electronic information and the WWW content
access to the interpersonal communication
access to the printed information (books, newspapers, magazines, etc.)
access to the recreation and leisure
accessibility standards and guidelines
ambient assisted living
assistive technologies
audio interaction
case studies of the use of ICT in the educational practice
e-learning
emotional and affective interaction
ergonomics
gesture based interaction
human-computer interaction
ICT based education
inclusive education
mobile learning
mobility and orientation
multimodal interaction
pedagogical issues for ICT based education
tangible interfaces
teachers' training for ICT supported education
usability
user centred design
Web2.0 services

Conference Web-Site: http://access.uoa.gr/ICEAPVI-2015/index.html