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Disability-aware adaptive and personalised learning for students with multiple disabilities (2017)
Journal Article
Nganji, J. T., & Brayshaw, M. (2017). Disability-aware adaptive and personalised learning for students with multiple disabilities. International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 34(4), 307-321. doi:10.1108/IJILT-08-2016-0027

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to address how virtual learning environments (VLEs) can be designed to include the needs of learners with multiple disabilities. Specifically, it employs AI to show how specific learning materials from a huge repo... Read More

Collaborative hybrid agent provision of learner needs using ontology based semantic technology (2017)
Journal Article
Nganji, J., Brayshaw, M., & Gordon, N. (2017). Collaborative hybrid agent provision of learner needs using ontology based semantic technology. Lecture notes in computer science, 10296 LNCS, 341-351. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-58515-4_27

© Springer International Publishing AG 2017. This paper describes the use of Intelligent Agents and Ontologies to implement knowledge navigation and learner choice when interacting with complex information locations. The paper is in two parts: the fi... Read More

Ontology‐driven disability‐aware e‐learning personalisation with ONTODAPS (2012)
Journal Article
Nganji, J. T., Brayshaw, M., & Tompsett, B. (2012). Ontology‐driven disability‐aware e‐learning personalisation with ONTODAPS. Campus-Wide Information Systems, 30(1), (17-34). doi:10.1108/10650741311288797. ISSN 1065-0741

Purpose- The purpose of this paper is to show how personalisation of learning resources and services can be achieved for students with and without disabilities, particularly responding to the needs of those with multiple disabilities in e-learning sy... Read More

Describing and assessing image descriptions for visually impaired web users with IDAT (2012)
Journal Article
Brayshaw, M., Nganji, J. T., Brayshaw, M., & Tompsett, B. (2013). Describing and assessing image descriptions for visually impaired web users with IDAT. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 179, (27-37). doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31603-6_3. ISSN 2194-5357

People with visual impairments, particularly blind people face alot of difficulties browsing the web with assistive technologies such as screen readers, when websites do not conform to accessibility standards and are thus inaccessible. HTML is the ba... Read More