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Presentation given at SISCA HCI All Hands Meeting 2018 on Accessible and Assistive research that is happening in Scotland

Accessible and Assistive Interfaces

  1. 1. Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces SICSAHuman Computer Interaction
  2. 2. University of Glasgow University of Aberdeen University of Strathclyde University of Stirling Glasgow Caledonian University University of the West of Scotland University of the Highlands and Islands University of St Andrews University of Edinburgh Heriot-Watt University University of Dundee Robert Gordon University Abertay University Edinburgh Napier University
  3. 3. University of Glasgow University of Aberdeen University of Strathclyde University of Stirling Glasgow Caledonian University University of the West of Scotland University of the Highlands and Islands University of St Andrews University of Edinburgh Heriot-Watt University University of Dundee Robert Gordon University Abertay University Edinburgh Napier University
  4. 4. University of Edinburgh SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces The Magic Cloud Andrew Manches If I place my leaf on the Magic Cloud…Then show the tree it came from
  5. 5. University of Edinburgh SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Numbuko http://numbuko.com/
  6. 6. University of Edinburgh SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Move2Learn https://www.de.ed.ac.uk/project/move2learn
  7. 7. University of Dundee SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces The User Center 50cc Tap & Talk The Straight Talking Group
  8. 8. University of Dundee SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Accessible Media Michael Crabb
  9. 9. University of Dundee SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Accessibility Training Eyepatch Bottle o’ rum Wooden leg
 and hook Parrot Time at sea Treasure
  10. 10. University of Dundee SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Situational Accessibility Garreth Tigwell
  11. 11. University of Dundee SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Augmentative and Alternative Communication Augmenting Communication using Environmental Data to drive Language Prediction Stories at the Dentist How Was School Today StandUp Annalu Waller
  12. 12. Abertay University SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Accessible Authentication Karen Renaud Suzie Prior Kenneth Scott-Brown Andrea Szymkowiak
  13. 13. University of Strathclyde SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Tangible Education Toys for Children with Diabetes • Tangible Educational Toys for Children with Diabetes • 5 to 9 y.o. • Tangible interaction • Interactivity to learning • User-Centred Design process Charalampos Kyfonidis
  14. 14. University of Strathclyde SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Improving Speech Therapy Experience for Children Revathy Nayar†, Mark Dunlop†, Anja Lowit‡, John Soraghan¤, John Levine† † Department of Computer and Information Science, ‡ School of Psychological Sciences and Health, ¤ Department of Electronic a revathy.nayar@strath.ac.uk Processing Touch Interactions and Mispronunciation Detecti Improving Speech Therapy Experience for Children Speech processing systems, child-computer interaction , children’s speech thera Children’s Speech Therapy Mobile Technologies Speech Processing • Micr pract • Onlin • Focu pare Use •Parti Scotla •108 c •Nam from Sp Bu •Kaldi •Evalu rate ( •Avera Accur PAcc( Sp Revathy Nayar
  15. 15. University of Strathclyde SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Mobile Technologies to Promote Communication between GPs and Patients with Mild Learning Disabilities Ryan Gibson
  16. 16. Heriot Watt University SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Design for Rehabilitation Lynne Baillie
  17. 17. Heriot Watt University SICSAHuman Computer Interaction Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces Human Robotics Interaction Lab Lynne Baillie http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/hrigroup/
  18. 18. Accessibility & Assistive Interfaces SICSAHuman Computer Interaction
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    Apr. 29, 2020

Presentation given at SISCA HCI All Hands Meeting 2018 on Accessible and Assistive research that is happening in Scotland

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