Documenti pubblici del progetto DDMATH
Intellectual Output 01: Analysis of the state of the art
ANALYSIS OF THE STATE OF THE ART
Best practices and development prospects
Abstract: Analysis of projects, products, systems and codes created for, or used by, the blind for writing mathematics on the computer in various countries in the world, with special reference to what may potentially contribute, directly or indirectly, to the DDMATH project.
LaTeX to Braille
Solutions for the automatic transcription
Abstract: Solutions for the automatic transcription of math in braille with 6 and/or 8 points & automatic conversion system from, amongst and for latex to mathml and braille
Intellectual Output 02: Analisys of the user needs
ANALISYS OF THE USER NEEDS
Analysis of the needs and requirements of blind students and teachers of the scientific area in a distance learning context
Abstract: The present analysis aims at identifying and assessing the needs of support teachers, mathematics teachers, students, parents who have to follow their children at home in distance learning, user associations, libraries, study assistants, in order to understand the real needs along the training course (from 13 to 19 years old) for scientific subjects (mathematics, physics, chemistry) in a context of integrated digital teaching.
Intellectual Output 03: Blind students and mathematics - Good practices
BLIND STUDENTS AND MATHEMATICS GOOD PRACTICES IN ITALY
Intellectual Output 04: VisualLambda Manual
Visual Lambda Manual
Manuale del Visual Lambda
RISK MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS
The power of education transcends boundaries and limitations. At the heart of our shared mission lies the belief that every individual, regardless of their personal circumstances, has the right to access and benefit from quality education. The Erasmus+ project titled “DDMATH: Digital Learning in Mathematics for Blind Students” is designed to enhance inclusivity in education, leveraging digital tools to make mathematics education more accessible and engaging for blind students.