R. Ignacio Madrid

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Problems in learning with hypertext systems have been claimed to be caused by high levels of disorien-tation and cognitive load. who predicted an increase of cognitive load and impairment of learning for hypertexts with a higher number of links per page. From a practical perspective, several navigation support techniques, such as providing link suggestions,(More)
1 WCAG 2.0 (W3C Recommendation 11 Dec. 2008) recommendation includes a specific guideline regarding the readability of text contents. This paper presents an approach to adapt text to improve readability. We use existing guidelines for the development of easy to read materials together with natural language processing (NLP) methods to adapt text for people(More)
and offers publications, conferences, and educational programs to the community of researchers and practitioners who use cognitive, socio-cognitive, and socio-cultural approaches to studying learning in real-world situations and designing environments, software, materials, and other innovations that promote deep and lasting learning. Researchers in the(More)
This article presents the preliminary results of an innovative experience of user involvement, which employs a methodology anchored in the Nordic participatory design tradition. The activities conducted cover early stages of the design process for electronic identity (eID) card applications in rural areas of Southern Spain. People Led Innovation (PLI)(More)
APSIS4all aims to personalise the user experience of Public Digital Terminals such as Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) and Ticket Vending Machines (TVMs) in order to overcome existing accessibility barriers faced by a range of groups including users with disabilities, older people and those less familiar with ICT. APSIS4all allows the user to configure the(More)