Technology and Education of the Visual Impaired

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  Week - I   1. Educational Technology-Concept, Importance, and Scope 2. Difference between Educational Technology and Technology in Education 3. Special Significance and Goals of Technology for the Education of children with Visual Impairment   Week - II   4. ICT - Concept and Special Significance for Teaching - Learning of the Visually Impaired. 5. ICT and the UN Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities 6. Assistive Technology for People with Disabilities   Week -III   7. Basic Considerations for design and development - Access, Affordability and Availability 8. Technologies - Addressing User’s Perspectives in Developing Adaptive Technologies 9. Roles of IIT's and the Scientific Community; 10. Universal/Inclusive Design - Concept, Advantages, and Limitations.   Week - IV   11. Screen Readers with Special Reference to Indian Languages; Magnifying Software, and Open Source Software. 12. Braille Notetakers and Stand-alone Reading Machines 13. Braille Translation Software with Particular reference to Indian Language and Braille Embossers   Week - V   14. On-Line Libraries and Bookshare 15. Daisy Books, Recordings, and Smart Phones. 16. Mathematical Devices Taylor frame and types, Abacus, Geometry Kit, Algebra type   Week - VI   17. Preparation and Use of Tactile Materials 18. Techniques of preparation and presentation of adapted tactile Maps , Diagrams and Globe 19. Low Vision Aids-Optical, Non-Optical, Vision Training Material   Week - VII   20. Thermoform and Swell Paper technology and Software's for developing tactile diagrams 21. Social Media 22. Creation of Blogs   Week - VIII   23. Tele-Conferencing 24. Distance Learning and ICT 25. E-Classroom: Concept and Adaptations for Children with Visual Impairment