Easy Reading Handbook
Informed Consent for peer researchers
Informed Consent for pilot test with pictures
The Swedish inclusive research team has developed a first draft for the Informed Consent for the pilot test phase. In order to improve understanding, images have been integrated into this version.
Easy Reading Checklists
The updated Easy Reading Leaflet gives a clear overview of the objectives of the project and introduces the first tools developed within the framework of the project.
The project poster was developed for the Inclusion Days 2019 organised by the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. It gives a comprehensive overview of the project objectives, the tools developed and exemplary application scenarios.
Here you can find the deliverables of the different Easy Reading workpackages:
Workpackage 1: IPAR-UCD Methodology Development and Application
Learn more about the methodological approach of Easy Reading, as well as the tools and methods for recruitment of peer researchers:
Workpackage 2: Innovative Interface Concepts
Learn more about the development of adaptive personalized interface concepts for people with cognitive disabilities and the adaption strategies used in the Easy Reading Framework:
Workpackage 3: Tracking and Reasoning
Learn more about related research in other EU funded projects tracking engines and the selected tracking technologies and sensors:
Workpackage 4: Profiling and Knowledge Base
Learn more about the specifications of the user profile e.g. personal information, user status and settings (D4.1), the user test process e.g. test scenarios, performing the tests and eye tracking (D4.4):
Workpackage 7: Guidelines for Cognitive Accessibility
Learn more about the objectives, achievements and deviations in implementation the guidelines for cognitive accessibility into W3C standards:
Workpackage 8: Privacy, Safety, Ethics
Learn more about the informed consent for peer researchers (D8.1), technology and project related risks and the Easy Reading risk plan (D8.3) and about people with cognitive disabilities, their challenges, how to research with them and how to develop for them (D8.4):
Workpackage 9: Dissemination Exploitation & Communication
Learn more about dissemination tools and activities e.g. social media channels, newsletter and press releases (D9.1), the dissemination of the project through the website and online communities (D9.2) and about data, FAIR data, allocation of resources, data security and ethnical aspects (D9.3):