ICCHP 2014

14th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs

July 09-11, 2014; Pre-Conference July 07-08, 2014

Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis; 2, Rue de la Liberté, 93200 Saint-Denis; France

Thursday

Please note: The final order of presentations in thematic sessions might change. We expect authors/presenters to be available at least for the whole duration of their thematic session.
Also note that thematic sessions may last for more than one time slot!
Details can be found on the Session Overview page.

Track I Track II Track III Track IV

Track I

Time Slot D: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: Web Accessibility - Automatic/Manual Evaluation and Authoring Tools (Chairs: Helen Petrie, UK; Gerhard Weber, DE)

Web Accessibility - Automatic/Manual Evaluation and Authoring Tools - Introduction to the Special Thematc Session[Presentation]Petrie, H.

A Software Solution for Accessible E-Government Portals[Full Paper]Nedbal, D.

A development toolkit for Unified Web-based User Interfaces[Full Paper]Doulgeraki, C.

Accessible Flash is no Oxymoron: A Case Study in E-Learning for Blind and Sighted Users[Full Paper]Krüger, M.

Building accessible Flash applications: An XML-based toolkit[Full Paper]Mariscal, G.

Accessible Graphics in Web Applications: Dynamic Generation, Analysis & Verification[Full Paper]Altmanninger, K.

Analysing the 2D, 3D and Web user interface Navigation Structures of normal Users and Users with mild intellectual disabilities[Full Paper]Matrai, R.

Time Slot E: 13:30 - 15:30

[CONTINUED] STS: Web Accessibility - Automatic/Manual Evaluation and Authoring Tools

Automatic Creation of User Profiles for Achiving Personal Web Accessibility[Full Paper]Vigo, M.

The Unified Web Evaluation Methodology (UWEM) 1.2 for WCAG 1.0[Full Paper]Nietzio, A.

The BenToWeb Test Case Suites for the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 [Full Paper]Strobbe, C.

Monitoring accessibility of governmental web sites in Europe[Full Paper]Bühler, C.

Web Accessibility for Older Users[Presentation]Arch, A.

STS: Accessibility: Education for Web Design and eLearning (Chairs: Joachim Klaus, DE; Jenny Craven, UK)

Accessibility: Education for Web Design and eLearning - Introduction to the Special Thematic Session[Presentation]Craven, J.

Joint Study Programme on Accessible Web Design[Full Paper]Hengstberger , B.

Time Slot F: 16:00 - 18:00

[CONTINUED] STS: Accessibility: Education for Web Design and eLearning

Design of a 10 Credit Masters Level Assistive Technologies and Universal Design Module[Short Paper]Wald, M.

Experiential Coe-Tutoring: A Report on Taiwan Openstudy Project that seeks Innovative Accessible E-learning Methodologies[Short Paper]Chou, A.

Using a computer aided test to raise awareness of disability issues amongst university teaching staff[Full Paper]Gray, J.

The Impact of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) on Diverse Students and Teachers at Second Level[Full Paper]Greene, C. N.

Round Peg, Square Hole: Supporting via the Web Staff and Learners who do not fit into traditional learner-teacher-institution scenarios[Short Paper]Ball, S.

Distance learning of graphically intensive material for visually impaired students[Full Paper]Fitzpatrick, D.l

M-Learning accessibility design: A case study[Full Paper]Arrigo, M.

Track II

Time Slot D: 8:30 - 10:30

[CONTINUED] STS: ACP - Accessible Content Processing

A System for Dynamic Adaptation of Web Interfaces based on User Interaction Requirements[Full Paper]González-Pisano, J.

Modern digital libraries, the case of the audio-book boom[Full Paper]Engelen, J.

Xerte - a user-friendly tool for creating Accessible Learning Objects[Short Paper]Ball, S.

GATE to Accessibility of Computer Graphics[Full Paper]Kopecek, I.

CONTRAPUNKTUS Project: A new computer solution for Braille Music Fruition[Full Paper]Nicotra, G.

Publishers and Specialist organizations working together: Results of the ProAccess conversion test[Presentation]Mussinelli, C.

Time Slot E: 13:30 - 15:30

[CONTINUED] STS: ACP - Accessible Content Processing

BMML: A mark-up language for Braille Music[Full Paper]Bortolazzi, E.

Automated Book Reader Design for Persons with Blindness [Full Paper]Wang, L.

Making Conference CDs Accessible: A Practical Example[Full Paper]Hersh, M.

STS: Blind and Visually Impaired People: Human-Computer Interaction and Access to Graphics (Chair: Gerhard Jaworek, DE)

Blind and Visually Impaired People: Human-Computer Interaction and Access to Graphics - Introduction to the Special Thematic Session[Presentation]Bruder, I.

Making the I-Maestro Music Learning Framework Accessible[Full Paper]McKenzie, N.

Voice Browser for Groupware systems: VoBG - A Simple groupware client for visually impaired students[Short Paper]Kobayashi, M.

Making ProTools Accessible for Visually Impaired[Full Paper]Zahradnicky, T.

Time Slot F: 16:00 - 18:00

[CONTINUED] STS: Blind and Visually Impaired People: Human-Computer Interaction and Access to Graphics

User-Interface Modelling for Blind Users[Full Paper]Fuertes, J.L.

Towards an open source screen reader: Screenreader Usability Extensions (SUE)[Short Paper]Gaal, A.

Zoomlinux: A research result providing a tangible response to the needs of low vision students [Full Paper]Caruso, G. P.

An analysis of human-to-human dialogs and its application to assist visually-impaired people[Short Paper]Nishimoto, T.

Learning Support System based on Note-Taking Method for People with Acquired Visual Disabilities[Full Paper]Itou, K.

CANCELLED: Dot Detection of Optical Braille Images for Braille Cells Recognition[Full Paper]Al-Saleh, A.

Developing Multimedia-Game Software to Improve Space and Depth Perception[Full Paper]Sik Lanyi, C.

Characteristics and Solutions of Digital Divide for People with Physical Impairments in Taiwan[Full Paper]Yeh, Y.-M.

Track III

Time Slot D: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: Human-Computer Interaction and Usability for Elderly (HCI4AGING) (Chairs: Andreas Holzinger, AT; Kizito Mukasa, DE; Alexander K. Nischelwitzer, AT)

Human-Computer Interaction and Usability for Elderly (HCI4AGING) - Introduction to the Special Thematic Session[Presentation]Holzinger, A.

An Investigation on Acceptance of Ubiquitous Devices for the Elderly in an Geriatric Hospital Environment: using the Example of Person Tracking [Full Paper]Holzinger, A.

Adaptive interfaces for supportive Ambient Intelligence environments[Full Paper]Abascal, J.

Natural Interaction between Virtual Characters and Persons with Alzheimer's Disease[Full Paper]Carrasco, E.

CANCELLED: Exploring the role of time and errors in real-life usability for older people and ICT[Full Paper]Sayago, S.

An Acoustic Framework for Detecting Fatigue in Speech Based Human-Computer-Interaction [Full Paper]Krajewski, J.

Time Slot E: 13:30 - 15:30

[CONTINUED] STS: Human-Computer Interaction and Usability for Elderly (HCI4AGING)

Visual and auditory interfaces of advanced driver assistant systems for older drivers[Full Paper]Ziefle, M.

Eye tracking impact on Quality-of-life of ALS Patients[Full Paper]Calvo, A.

Participative Approaches for „Technology and autonomous living“[Short Paper]Bechtold, U.

From Cultural to Individual Adaptive End-User Interfaces: Helping People with Special Needs[Full Paper]Heimgärtner, R.

Effects of Icon Concreteness and Complexity on Semantic Transparency: Younger vs. Older Users[Full Paper]Schröder, S.

Investigating Usability Metrics for the Design and Development of Applications for the Elderly[Full Paper]Holzinger, A.

Time Slot F: 16:00 - 18:00

STS: Skills vs. Abilities: Alternative Input and Communication Systems (Chair: Grigori Evreinov, FI)

Skills versus Abilities - Introduction to the Special Thematic Session[Presentation]Evreinov, G.

A character input system using tooth-touch sound for disabled people[Short Paper]Kuzume, K.

An Eye Gaze Tracking System Using Customized User Profiles to Help Persons with Motor Challenges Access Computers[Full Paper]Sesin, A.

Applicability of No-hands Computer Input Devices for the Certificates for Microsoft Office Software[Full Paper]Choi, W.

Assisting a Adolescent with Cerebral Palsy to Entry Text by Using the Chorded Keyboard[Full Paper]Lin, Y.-L.

Designing a Scanning On-Screen Keyboard for People with Severe Motor Disabilities[Short Paper]Lin, Y.-L.

Evaluating the Hands-Free Mouse Control System: An Initial Case Study[Full Paper]Felzer, T.

Utilizing QR Code and Mobile Phones for Blinds and Visually Impaired People[Full Paper]Al-Khalifa, H.

Track IV

Time Slot D: 8:30 - 10:30

[CONTINUED] STS: People with Specific Learning Difficulties - Easy to Read and HCI

Tutor Project: An Intelligent Tutoring System to Improve Cognitive Disabled People Integration[Short Paper]Rubio, J.

Adaptive Spell Checker for Dyslexic Writers[Full Paper]Korhonen, T.

Dyslexia: Study of compensatory software which aids the mathematical learning process of dyslexic students at secondary school and university[Full Paper]Freda, C.

The Effectiveness of TriAccess Reading System on Comprehending Nature Science Text for Students with Learning Disability[Full Paper]Chen, M.-C.

Usable and accessible plain language (easy-to-read) network service[Full Paper]Älli, S.

The Design of Talking Music Web Browser for Teaching Learning-Disabled Children: A Scaffolding Strategy to Aural Skills[Short Paper]Chuan, Y.-T.

Naming Game - An automated tool for analyzing and practicing rapid serial naming on dyslexic persons[Full Paper]Rissanen, J.

Time Slot E: 13:30 - 15:30

STS: Design for All: from idea to practice (Chair: Christian Bühler, DE) - Detailed Program of STS and Workshop

Design for All: from idea to practice - Introduction to the Special Thematic Session[Presentation]Bühler, C.

Design for all from idea to practise[Full Paper]Bühler, C.

Creating innovative partnerships with users in developing assistive technology[Full Paper]Alm, N.

Design for All in the Ambient Intelligence environment[Full Paper]Emiliani, P. L.

User Modelling in Ambient Intelligence for Elderly and Disabled People[Full Paper]Casas, R.

Public signs sight assessment for low vision through eyetracking[Short Paper]Tatsumi, H.

European developments in the design and implementation of training for eInclusion[Full Paper]Whitney, G.

Supporting industry in the development of Design for All Curriculum[Full Paper]Mohamad, Y.

Visual Tools for accessible Computer supported Collaboration[Full Paper]Raike, A.

Time Slot F: 16:00 - 18:00

[CONTINUED] STS: Design for All: from idea to practice

dfa@eInclusion[Workshop]Bühler, C.

Intro to the discussion: DfA - concept – definition[Presentation]Emiliani, P.

DfA Best practice - Discussion[Discussion]-

DfA Roadmap - Discussion[Discussion]-

Support of EDeAN to DfA development (European Design for all eAccessibility Network[Presentation]Rodriguez, C.

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