Internetowe bazy danych i doświadczenie badawcze dla studentów z zaburzeniami odczytu druku

Kelly Dermody, Norda Majekodunmi

Abstrakt


W artykule przedstawiono wyniki badań wpływu struktury i szaty graficznej baz danych na umiejętność gromadzenia informacji przez studentów używających czytników ekranu. W szczególności autorki skupiają się na zdefiniowaniu, jakie bariery nie pozwalają studentom z zaburzeniami odczytu druku zlokalizować i wyselekcjonować odpowiednich artykułów i jakie ma to dla nich konsekwencje. Badanie przeprowadzono na grupie dziesięciu kanadyjskich studentów.


Słowa kluczowe


bazy danych; biblioteki akademickie; dysleksja; Kanada; niepełnosprawność; osoby niewidome

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