Digital technologies have certainly opened up new horizons in terms of access to cultural and didactic contents, making them available through a multitude of devices and solutions and actually removing a series of constraints on their use, particularly relating to space and time. And yet, it really doesn’t take much for a digital content to present a barrier for people with disabilities or specific learning disorders. Therefore, it is important to reflect in a systematic way on the choices of design and distribution of digital resources, from the perspective of a Universal Design, which provides compatibility with assistive technologies and the adoption of multimedia communication solutions based on scientific evidence to enable full enjoyment for everyone.
26 May 2022: 16:30-19:00
Tamara Zappaterra, Pro-rector, Diversity, equality and inclusion, University of Ferrara