Ludmila Ferrari

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We propose an "accessibility infrastructure" view to understanding accessibility in real-world settings for people with visual impairments in the Global South. We study six cities --- Blantyre, Freetown, Kigali, Mumbai, San Jose, and Seoul --- all major cities from signatory nations of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities(More)
Integrated Project funded by the European Community under the " Information Society Technologies " Programme (2002—2006) Executive Summary This document reports on the research activity carried on during the first 12 months around for defining language primitives and models for Service Level Agreement and Quality of Services. We shall dedicate an(More)
What happens when young children play with a virtual musician ? The relationships between children and new technologies is a relevant topic in the field of music education (Webster 2002; Folkestad et al. 1998; Bamberger 2003) as well as in the field of psychological sciences (Turkle 1996, De Kerckhove 1991, Kenway, J. & Bullen 2004). However, only a few(More)
G. Veronesi, # C. Degli Esposti Boschi, L. Ferrari, G. Venturoli, F. Boscherini, ♦ F.D. Vila, and J.J. Rehr 1 Department of Physics and CNISM, University of Bologna, viale C. Berti Pichat 6/2, I-40127 Bologna, Italy 2 CNR, c/o CNISM, Department of Physics, University of Bologna, viale C. Berti Pichat 6/2, I-40127 Bologna, Italy 3 Department of Biology and(More)
Scientific Museum and in particular pathology Museum were in the past an important landmark for Pathology and in general for Medicine. At present they are in a critical stage due to the technological progress, because they are considered by now obsolete compared to other didactic supports, so as for example CD-ROM or virtual presentations. In opposite these(More)
What happens when young children play with a virtual musician ? The relationships between children and new technologies is a relevant topic in the field of music education (Webster 2002; Folkestad et al. 1998; Bamberger 2003) as well as in the field of psychological sciences (Turkle 1996, De Kerckhove 1991, Kenway, J. & Bullen 2004). However, only a few(More)
The future laboratory animal technician in Europe will be provided with three different levels of education. All candidates have to start with an introductory course to reach level A0. At this level (A0) they will be able to assist in the laboratory animal facility by undertaking limited specific duties under supervision. Most A0 assistants will continue(More)
The future laboratory animal technician in Europe will be provided with three different levels of education. All candidates have to start with an introductory course to reach level A0. At this level (A0) they will be able to assist in the laboratory animal facility by undertaking limited specific duties under supervision. Most A0 assistants will continue(More)
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