ICT as a Tool for Teaching and Learning in Respect of Learner with Disability
In this paper we will explore the accessibility problems faced by different types of disabled learners and the solutions provided by ICT for them. From this point onward we have used word learner and student interchangeably. // This paper is organized as follows. Section 2 mentions about different types of disabled learners and use of ICT for assisting their learning. Section 3 briefly explains about W3C accessibility recommendations. Section 4 introduces some applications for assisting different types of disabled. Section 5 brief about the gap between state of art technologies and the required ones to make effective the learning process for disabled. Finally section 6 concludes the paper.
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