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Paper Session D1: Assistive Technologies

Chair: Hugo Paredes

Room A – 2 December| 11h30m – 13h00m

Interdisciplinary co-design process of assistive technology in value elicitation
Christian Quintero, Juan Gallego

Apple Siri (input) + Voice Over (output) = a de facto marriage
Mireia Ribera, Sergio Sayago

A Smart Home for All Supported by User and Context Adaptation
Ana Patrícia Rocha, Nuno Almeida, Maksym Ketsmur, António Teixeira

Perspectives of Visually Impaired Visitors on Museums: An Integrative and Multisensory Framework to Enhance the Museum Experience
Roberto Vaz, Diamantino Freitas, António Coelho

Safe and Sound Mobile Application – – a solution for aid people with visual disabilities’ mobility
Ömer ESKİCİOĞLU, Muhammed Özer, Tânia Rocha, João Barroso

Paper Session D2: Web Accessibility & The European WAD Directive (ST7)

Chair: Yehya Mohamad

Room B – 2 December | 11h30m – 13h00m

Evaluating a web accessibility observatory through pilot studies
Christian Vogelauer

Mapping the European digital accessibility field: The IMPACT project
Estella Oncins

Remote moderated and unmoderated evaluation by users with visual disabilities of an online registration and authentication system for health services
Helen Petrie

Easy to read standardisation. Some steps towards an international standard
Pilar Orero, Clara Delgado, Anna Matamala

How Accessibility Is For Everyone – A Deaf User Perspective
Rui Pinheiro, João Barroso, Tânia Rocha

Paper Session D3: Readability as an Accessibility Factor (ST4)

Chair: Jorge Morato

Room A – 2 December | 15h00m – 16h30m

Evaluating subtitle readability in media immersive environments
Chris Hughes, Marta Brescia-Zapata, Pilar Orero

An Accessible Evaluation Tool to Detect Easy-To-Read Barriers
Jorge Morato, Adrian Campillo, Sonia Sanchez-Cuadrado, Ana Iglesias, Olga Berrios

Age Group Prediction on Textual Data using Sentiment Analysis
Divakar Yadav, Aarushi Gupta, Saumya Asati, Nikhil Choudhary, Arun Kr Yadav

Is Simple English Wikipedia really as Simple and Easy-to-Understand as We Expect It to Be?
Sanja Stajner, Sergiu Nisioi

The participation of women with intellectual disabilities in the creation of a serious game aimed at promoting the exercise of their sexual and reproductive rights. A step towards inclusive research
Laura Fernández

App Inventor as a Developing Tool to Increase the Accessibility and Readability of Information: A Case Study
Barbara Leporini, Giuseppe Catanzaro

Paper Session D4: Health

Chair: Mireia Ribera

Room A – 3 December | 10h30m – 12h00m

Requirements of a Digital Solution to Surpass Incidents on 100m Sprint for Paralympic Visually Impaired Athletes
Stefane Rego, Emília Leal, Ana Martins, Ana Lima, Nilton Cesar, Luiz Júnior, Nelson Rocha

Usage of Mobile Technologies for Diseases Inference: A Literature Review
Salik Khanal, Arsénio Reis, Dennis Paulino, Damodar Bhandari, Hugo Paredes, João Barroso

CovidSense: A smartphone-based initiative for fighting COVID-19 spreading
Georgios Tsoumalis, Zafeirios Bampos, Athanasios Papazoglou, Dimitrios Iakovakis, Stelios Hadjidimitriou, Georgios Apostolidis, Vasileios Charisis, Herbert Jelinek, Ahsan Khandoker, Kinda Khalaf, Ernesto Damiani, Leontios Hadjileontiadis

Smartphone-based Biofeedback Games for Shielding of Immune System against COVID-19: The CovidShield Game Suite design approach
Sofia Dias, Pedro Silva, Ilias Chrysovergis, Vasileios Charisis, Georgios Tsoumalis, Zafeirios Bampos, Athanasios Papazoglou, Dimitrios Iakovakis, Stelios Hadjidimitriou, Leontios Hadjileontiadis, Herbert Jelinek

Paper Session D5: Accessible Technology for Students with Special Needs (ST1) and Pedagogical innovative practices, technologies and inclusion: Lessons from distance learning during Covid-19 (ST5)

Chairs: Chih-Kang Yang and Marisa Simões Carvalho

Room B – 3 December | 10h30m – 12h00m

The Study of Augmentative and Alernative Communication Software Development for Children with Complex Communication Needs
You-Kuo Liu

Towards a Prosodic Model for Synthesized Speech of Mathematical Expressions in MathML
Adriana Souza, Diamantino Freitas

Can NAO influence the eye gaze and joint attention of mentally impaired young adults?
Ana Freire, António Valente, Vítor Filipe

Pedagogical triangulations – from the online-forum to the e-magazine: a praxiological experience about school and its actors during COVID19 confinement
Cristina Maria Palmeirão, Alexandra Maria Carneiro

Student’s Online Learning Readiness in times of Covid-19. Self-report of undergraduate Psychology students in Portugal
Marisa Carvalho, Rosário Cunha

Learning with platform SOLL
Andreia Magalhães

Paper Session D6: Other perspectives of accessibility

Chair: Tânia Rocha

Room A – 3 December | 15h00m – 16h30m

Implementation of the OOXML standard since its approval until today
Jordi Roig

Assessment of wizards for eliciting users’ accessibility preferences
Dennis Paulino, Paulo Pinheiro, Jorge Rocha, Paulo Martins, Tânia Rocha, João Barroso, Hugo Paredes

How are we teaching and dealing with accessibility? A Survey from Switzerland
Leandro Soares Guedes, Monica Landoni

Word-Sense disambiguation system for text readability
Rodrigo Alarcon, Lourdes Moreno, Paloma Martínez

Paper Session D7: Ageing, ICT, Accessibility, and Inclusion: Past, Present, and Future (ST2) and Technologies for Ageing in Place (ST6)

Chairs: Sergio Sayago and Ana Isabel Martins

Room A – 4 December | 10h30m – 12h00m

The Later Life Audio and Radio Co-operative: Considering Radio as a Technology to promote Citizen Dialogue in Later Life
Arlind Reuter, Jennifer Liddle

How can we improve the interaction of older users with devices?
Leandro Soares Guedes, Cristiellen C. A. Ribeiro, Soumaya Ounkhir

Towards Personalized XR Training and Rehabilitation Applications for Older adults
Weiqin Chen

Integration of Health and Public Transport Data to Enable Decision Support for Seniors to Reduce Risk of Infection with Communicable Diseases
Philipp Urbauer, Mathias Forjan

Experts Evaluation of Usability for Digital Solutions Directed at Older Adults: a Scoping Review of Reviews
Anabela Silva, Ana Martins, Hilma Caravau, Ana Almeida, Telmo Silva, Óscar Ribeiro, Gonçalo Santinha, Nelson Rocha

Cognivitra: An Information Technology-Based Solution to Support Cognitive and Physical Training at Home
Ana Isabel Martins

Paper Session D8: Learning Technologies in Special Education and Inclusion (ST3-1)

Chair: Tassos A. Mikropoulos

Room B – 4 December | 10h30m – 12h00m

Absence and Presence of Faces in Videos during the COVID19 Lockdown
Frode Sandnes

Good Vibrations: Tuning a Systems Dynamics Model of Affect and Cognition in Learning to the Appropriate Frequency Bands of Fine-Grained Temporal Sequences of Data
Julien Mercier, Kathleen Whissell-Turner, Ariane Paradis, Ivan Avaca

Exploring the Educational Affordances of Augmented Reality for Pupils with Moderate Learning Difficulties
George Koutromanos, Eleni Mavromatidou, Christopher Tripoulas, Georgios Georgiadis

Working Memory Evaluation in Students with Dyslexia: A Memory Game in Three Different Modality Stimuli
Eleni Koustriava, Dimitra Pashalidou

Digital learning objects support grade-aligned Physics instruction for high school students with mild intellectual disability
Georgia Iatraki, Panos Mallidis-Malessas, Tassos Mikropoulos

Paper Session D9: Learning Technologies in Special Education and Inclusion (ST3-2)

Chair: Tassos A. Mikropoulos

Room A – 4 December | 15h00m – 16h00m

EI-Edurobot: a new proposal for empathy training through robotics
Tharrenos Bratitsis, Dimitris Ziouzos, Minas Dasygenis, Anastasia Alevriadou

A Review of Digital Games for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Maria Kotzageorgiou, Pavlina – Maria Kellidou, Iro Voulgari, Evdoxia Nteropoulou

Can children of typical development benefit from inclusion intervention with Daisy Robot – a socially assistive robot?
Sofia Pliasa, Nikolaos Fachantidis, Panagiota Maragkou

The design of new digital resources of personalized support of reading skills for beginning readers and children with dyslexia: a presentation of the iRead software linguistic Domain Models
Maria Mastropavlou, Victoria Zakopoulou, Theophano Christou, Michaela Nerantzini, Marika Lekakou


ACM International Conference Proceedings Series

DSAI 2020 proceedings will be published in the ACM International Conference Proceedings Series (ISBN: 978-1-4503-8937-2).
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