Category Archives: illiteracy

What is DAISY?

DAISY means “Digital Accessible Information System” it characterise standards and technologies that are developed from all blind libraries in the world in cooperation with the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) for the new digital audio book generation. … Continue reading

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Illiteracy

Even in Berlin, about 200.000 people are illiterate. Not really as a substitution, but in addition to written language we want to underline the importance of visual communication, symbolic language, alternative/augmentative communication etc. also for the context of illiteracy. One … Continue reading

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