Learning Material for Students
Effective working when studying with visual impairment requires the development of special individual working techniques. This applies particularly for natural sciences and engineering studies.
Das ACCESS@KIT develops learning material tailored to this target group which is suitable for self-studies.
Documents for download
- Tips and advice on how to create and conduct presentations for partially sighted and blind persons: creating and reading presentations for partially sighted and blind persons
- How to use Groupware Systems (BSCW) for visually impaired persons: Be Smart Cooperate Worldwide (BSCW) is also suitable for visually impaired persons. An access to groupware systems
- Strategies on how to read and understand tactile graphics: recognise and understand tactile graphics
- How to work with the programming environment Eclipse: introduction to the programming environment Eclipse
- Introduction to the graphic modelling language UML for visually impaired persons: introduction to the Unified Modelling Language
Das ACCESS@KIT additionally offers regular classroom training, e.g. on how to deal with mathematical formulas, access to chemistry, introduction to study-relevant tools or tactile graphics