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The DAISY system is currently used as the alternative reading format for print-disabled students in Norway. DAISY is denoted by many as universally designed. This is an important claim, ensuring suited learning opportunities for all students. Thus, to be able to determine this aspect of DAISY is important – as is the case for many information systems.(More)
The prevalence of HIV infection among pregnant women is low in Norway (4.5/100,000). HIV screening has been offered on a routine basis in antenatal care since 1987. 96% of all pregnant women are screened for HIV. After the introduction of the screening programme, effective treatment (zidovudin) has become available to pregnant women. This treatment reduces(More)
The digital divide causes democratic problems in societies where the use of technology is necessary to participate fully. Improvement of user accessibility does not seem to be a priority in industry, students in general have little or no systematic knowledge of principles of universal design, and the inaccessibility of technological facilities, software and(More)