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- Key words can help us remember important points in a transcript. But can AI find them?
- Expanding the metrics for evaluating ASR recordings to highlight errors possibly related to bias in training data.
- Automatic Speech Recognition captioning and transcription user needs analysis
- Add a Touch of AI to your Christmas and New Year Celebrations.
- Re-visiting Captions and Automatic Speech Recognition results.
- Immersive Reader working within Virtual Learning Environments
- Dyslexia Awareness Month/Week/Day – Reading and Notetaking Strategies
- W3C WCAG 2.2 is on its way with interesting additions!
- Using Google Docs and Sheets with JAWS, NVDA or most other screen readers
- Exploring the embedding of accessible image descriptions into image metadata
Tag Archives: technology
MPs and Peers
Google Alerts flags a presentation, for MPs and Peers, by AbilityNet and others, including Abi James and Neil Cottrell of B.D.A. New Technologies Committee, today 20 January 2015. Digital access by and for disabled people: technology showcase for MPs and … Continue reading
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Members of the B.D.A. NTC were involved in a range of presentations at the 9th B.D.A. International Conference, 27 to 29 March 2014. This page provides summaries of each talk and links to open or download their slides. © B.D.A. … Continue reading
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CALL Scotland has produced a ‘wheel’ of apps for dyslexia learners and users who have reading and writing difficulties, as an A3 poster. You can see or down-load the poster as a PDF file. Note that all the app titles … Continue reading
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Kevin Brunton has revised our page about Mobile Technology. It is good that there are now so many mainstream devices that support dyslexic users. Recent research suggests that dyslexic people find reading easier on iPods etc. It is logical that … Continue reading
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B.D.A. Technology Conference
In November 2011, B.D.A. held a Dyslexia and Technology conference, with speakers, and workshops by publishers. An attendee, Lorna Knight, has written some thoughtful comments on the presentations, for Oxford Ed Tech blog. Reflections on Assistive Technology from the Dyslexia … Continue reading
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