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Universal Design and Disabled Students: From Inclusion to Excellence
Prof. Alan Hurstp. 11
Personal Autonomy and Educational Inclusion - SZS - A Holistic Approach
Joachim Klausp. 12
Transition to Higher Education and to Employment: International Trends and Challenges
Prof. Serge Ébersoldp. 14
Modifications of Admission Tests at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague - Options and Limits
doc., PhDr., CSc. Ilona Gillernováp. 15
A model of Accessibility Service Provision for Students with Disabilities in Higher Education
Georgios Kouroupetroglou, Alexandros Pino, and Hernisa Kacorrip. 16
To the Analysis of Professional Competences, Professional Qualification and the Quality of the Advisory Services Provided by Special Education Counsellors at Universities
Prof. PhDr. Beáta Krahulcová, CSc.p. 17
Fostering Mobility of Students with Disabilities
Elena Mendelováp. 18
Meaningful Means of Making Universities Accessible and Their Meaning(fulness) in Practice
Petr Peňázp. 19
HEAG - A Survey on Accessibility and Universal Design provided by European Higher Education Institutions
Andrea Petz, Klaus Miesenbergerp. 20
The language situation of Deaf and hard-of-hearing students in higher education
Dr. Arnfinn M Vonenp. 23
Linguistic Competence of the Persons with Severe Hearing Impairment in English as a Foreign Language
Ewa Domagała-Zyśkp. 24
A Methodology for Automatic Sign Language Dictionary Creation
Ing. Jakub Kanis Ph.D., PhDr. Petr Peňáz, Ing. Pavel Campr, Ing. Marek Hrúzp. 25
Multimedia Dictionary of Terms for Drama Education, Czech – Czech Sign Language
Mgr. et BcA., DiS. Radka Kulichová, MgA. Robert Miličp. 26
OCELLES Project Concepts and Lexicons in Written and Signed Languages Observatory)
Cedric Moreaup. 27
Experience of Providing Simultaneous Transcript to Universities and Sample of Some Other Options, Including On-line Transfers
Ing. Martin Novákp. 28
Educational Technology and Other Learning Resources in English Language Instruction for Students with Hearing Impairment
MA Anna Podlewskap. 29
The Role of E-Learning in the Education of the Deaf
Mgr. Tomáš Sklenák et al.p. 30
TV Subtitles as a Tool for Enhancing Language Skills for Deaf Persons (Televizní titulky jako pomůcka pro zvyšování jazykové kompetence neslyšících osob)
Mgr. Věra Strnadováp. 31
A Wireless System for Real-Time Distribution of Visually Accessible Synchronous Transcription (Speech-to-Text Reporting) Targeted to Larger Group of Users with Hearing Impairment in Environment of (Not Only) Tertiary Education
Bc. Jiří Tužilp. 32
Visualization of Spoken Language by a Visually Accessible Synchronous Transcription, Speech-to-Text Reporting, and Other Systems of Communication for Persons with Hearing Impairment Usable in Tertiary Education
Mgr. Gabriela Vojáčkováp. 33
Universal Accessibility of Documents: Workflows and Tools for Efficient Service Provision
Klaus Miesenberger, p. 37
Access to Maths and Science for Print Impaired People
Dominique Archambaultp. 39
odt2daisy: Preparing Accessible Documents at the DTBook Format with
Dominique Archambault, Jan Engelenp. 40
The Hybrid Book - One Document for All
Petr Hladík, Tomáš Gůrap. 41
Searching-by-Hearing: Sonification of the Search Engine WhatsOnWeb through a User Experience Design Process
Maria Laura Mele, Stefano Federici, Simone Borscip. 42
Automatic Reading of Educational Texts for Vision Impaired Students
Jindřich Matoušek, Michal Campr, Zdeněk Hanzlíček, Martin Grůberp. 43
Possible Uses of a Multi-User Virtual Environment in the Education of Persons with Special Needs
PhDr. Hana Marešová, Ph.D.p. 44
“Guidelined” and “Principled” Web Content Accessibility - What It Means in Practice of Universities
Ing. Svatoslav Ondrap. 45
The Guide to Accessible Digital Content
Afra Pascual, Mireia Ribera, Miquel Térmens, Llúcia Masip, Toni Granollers, José Luís Gonzàlez, Marina Salse, Jorge Franganillo, Bruno Splendianip. 46
Perceptibility and Understandability of Documents in the Internet
Mgr. Radek Pavlíček, Bc. Roman Kabelkap. 47
Accessibility Issues in a Digital Mathematical Library
Petr Sojkap. 48
Specific Learning Disorders - Principles for an Equal Opportunity Learning Environment
Prof. Willy Aastrupp. 51
The System I4Control® - Hands-Free Interaction with a Computer
Marcela Fejtová, Vratislav Fabián, Martin Dobiášp. 53
Diagnostics and Counselling for University Students with Dyslexia, Especially Students of Humanities
PhDr., Ph.D. Lenka Krejčováp. 54
Techniques of Text Processing by Students with Dyslexia with a View to Nature and Range of Disorder
Mgr. Iveta Macháčováp. 55
The Significance of a Diagnosis and Analysis of Needs for Determining Modifications with Regard to Individuals with Specific Learning Disorders
PhDr. Václav Mertinp. 56
Staff Training and Continuing Professional Development: Some Suggested Activities
Prof. Alan Hurstp. 58
Adapting mathematical tests for visually impaired - daily practice
Mgr. Lukáš Másilko, Mgr. Ondřej Nečasp. 62
Workshop: EasyTutor - Companion Software for Persons with Dyslexia
Břetislav Vernerp. 65