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Microbial decomposition of elm and oak leaves in a karst aquifer.
Dry Chinquapin oak (Quercus macrocarpa) and American elm (Ulmus americana) leaves were placed in four microcosms fed by groundwater springs to monitor changes in dry mass, ash-free dry mass, andExpand
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Supporting the Web Experience of Young People with Learning Disabilities
The paper describes a test setup to survey the needs of young people with learning disabilities with regard to additional functions that could support their use of the web. Via an HTML mock-up,Expand
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People with Learning Disabilities Using the iPad as a Communication Tool - Conditions and Impact with Regard to e-inclusion
This paper presents results of an interdisciplinary pre-study that involved people with and without learning disabilities using iPads as a communication tool in their everyday life forExpand
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Requirements Engineering for People with Cognitive Disabilities - Exploring New Ways for Peer-Researchers and Developers to Cooperate
Digital technologies can improve the daily lives of people with cognitive disabilities, allowing them to participate and communicate in society. However the success of a technical product depends notExpand
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Tools and Applications for Cognitive Accessibility
Cognitive Accessibility is an important aspect of Web accessibility addressing a considerably large number of users and showing a high impact on general usability. Cognitive accessibility has been onExpand
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Easy-to-Web: Introduction to the Special Thematic Session
The needs of people with cognitive and learning disabilities are still underrepresented in the current scientific discussion. The STS Easy-to-Web tends to find a remedy. It aims to bring together webExpand
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Digital Inclusion Through Accessible Technologies - Introduction to the Special Thematic Session
Not only access to digital media but also technical skills, educational opportunities, living conditions, personal support and financial resources play an important role in digital participation. InExpand
Social Innovation in the Information Society - Take It Easy
  • C. Edler
  • Computer Science
  • 15 July 2002
This contribution concentrates on the importance to gain competence in using ITC as a tool. People with special learning needs also need to gain competence in Using ITC in order to access the newExpand
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