So excited to be part of the V&A Dundee Technology Taster Day with our research group as a partner! Dundee AAC Research Group will demo again “Painting with your Eyes” and “Chat like Stephen Hawking” as seen before at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. And even more exciting: Becky Tyler will give a […]
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Finally all registered and booked for this year’s AAATE conference. Being an Assistive Technology conference, it’s good to see links to advice on making sure your presentation is accessible: Microsoft: Make your PowerPoint presentations accessible to people with disabilities. Hope to see you at the conference, here a link to my abstract: Rolf Black, Annalu […]
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Trying to get back into the spirit after FLL in December… Came across this today: https://flic.kr/p/2cP1GRu
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I came across this excellent little widget for my website to help accessibility: userway.org UPDATE, August 2019: Just realised since I moved to the free WordPress.com site that I can’t install any widgets… so, apologies, will have to wait… Please give it a try and let me know how it works: It’s a wheelchair user button […]
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Take a look at some videos to prepare for the upcoming release of this season’s challenge: Hope you are enjoying your summer holidays!
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For later… … when I have more time… Or better even make some time for it!
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See my new blog on our AAC research group website.
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An article in Aberdeen University’s new magazine, Scientia (page 16-17), describes the use of Natural Language Generation (NLG) such as in our “How was School today…?” project. In the collaboration project between Aberdeen and Dundee we used an area of NLG, Data-to-text, to generate stories that could be used by children with complex disabilities to talk to their parents […]
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