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  • Blogg - MediaLT
    2011 Publiseringsworkshop 17 03 2011 Brukertesting AP 3 06 04 2011 Koordineringsmøte AP2 og AP3 06 04 2011 Prosjektgruppemøte 26 04 2011 Møte samarbeid med Eikholt LSHDB Braillebook 28 04 2011 Møte i AP3 brukertesting 08 06 2011 Prosjektgruppemøte 23 06 2011 Møte i AP3 brukertesting 29 09 2011 Kort arbeidsmøte tlf om AP2 leveranser 05 09 2011 Møte med Eikholt om brukertesting av Braillebook 05 09 2011 Prosjektgruppemøte 21 10 11 Møte med Eikholt ang Braillebook 24 11 11 Planlegging av mobil app aktivitet 3 11 11 Prosjektgruppemøte 26 1 12 Prosjektgruppemøte 6 3 12 Prosjektgruppemøte Tips noen om siden Del på Facebook Del på Twitter Del på e post Undermeny Bok om uu og web Eplekjekt IL kurs FRES FrEmtidens Synstolking Bok om uu og dokumenter Jobbklar SETT Synstolk nETT UNIFILM Universelt utformet film Avsluttede prosjekter Synshemmede voksne og elektroniske interaktive pekebøker Datakortet og ECDL PD Øyetelefonen Kurs i interessemedvirkning Spillehula Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific education for people with visual disabilities Universelt utformet interaktivt læremateriell UTIN HEM web Lydtekst PIKT Parkinsons IKT utfordringer

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  • Dokumenter - MediaLT
    for personer med kognitiv svikt Summary of Social Services Tips noen om siden Del på Facebook Del på Twitter Del på e post Undermeny Bok om uu og web Eplekjekt IL kurs FRES FrEmtidens Synstolking Bok om uu og dokumenter Jobbklar SETT Synstolk nETT UNIFILM Universelt utformet film Avsluttede prosjekter Synshemmede voksne og elektroniske interaktive pekebøker Datakortet og ECDL PD Øyetelefonen Kurs i interessemedvirkning Spillehula Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific education for people with visual disabilities Universelt utformet interaktivt læremateriell UTIN HEM web Lydtekst PIKT Parkinsons IKT utfordringer Tilgjengelig Web Publisering TWP MIKT Modul i IKT og tilgjengelighet PIPPI Eurochance2 Film mellom ørene Ressursnettverket Universell IKT Universal User Competence UUC Projisert Interaktiv PC styring PIP Tynne klienter og hjelpemiddelteknologi Lydstyring Barnestemme Smidige mikrofon og bryterløsninger SMIDIG ProMed for synshemmede Bhutan prosjektet Stemmestyring i multimodal dialog SMUDI Nettborger Sammendrag Prosjektgruppe Blogg Dokumenter Informasjonsbrosjyre PDF På nett Et notat om funksjonshemmede og bruk av sosiale medier Connected A paper about the disabled and the use of social media Universell utforming som prosess virkemiddel og mål i utvikling av

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  • The Cloverleaves of Social Media Challenges for e-Governments - MediaLT
    objective and transparent case handling Social media interfere with this practice by allowing informal communication to take place and enable case handlers to interact with the client citizens or businesses separately from the formal flow of information Clearly it may be difficult to understand the role of a case handler or case manager if s he interacts with the client through social media Confusion of roles arise if or when there is no clarity concerning the role s Whom does the case handler or case manager represent if the communication takes place through Twitter at 9 o clock in the evening herself himself as a private person or her his employer i e the public body This problem is increasing and guidelines are called for Luckily many organisations within the European public sector have recognised the potential problem Guidelines for communication through social media for civil servants are being developed One example of such guidelines is the Civil Service Code of UK Government 29 This applies to participation online as a civil servant or when discussing government business Such rules are of great importance and are therefore quoted below Disclose your position as a representative of your department or agency unless there are exceptional circumstances such as a potential threat to personal security Never give out personal details like home address and phone numbers Always remember that participation online results in your comments being permanently available and open to being republished in other media Stay within the legal framework and be aware that libel defamation copyright and data protection laws apply This means that you should not disclose information make commitments or engage in activities on behalf of Government unless you are authorised to do so This authority may already be delegated or may be explicitly granted depending on your organisation Also be aware that this may attract media interest in you as an individual so proceed with care whether you are participating in an official or a personal capacity If you have any doubts take advice from your line manager 1 Be credible Be accurate fair thorough and transparent 2 Be consistent Encourage constructive criticism and deliberation Be cordial honest and professional at all times 3 Be responsive When you gain insight share it where appropriate 4 Be integrated Wherever possible align online participation with other offline com munications 5 Be a civil servant Remember that you are an ambassador for your organisation Wherever possible disclose your position as a representative of your department or agency These guidelines are however just a beginning It is obvious that more profound codes of practice have to be developed in order to address the complexity of the field and to be applicable in a number of different case handling and case management contexts Most public organisations have a long way to go to satisfy criteria for case handling and manage ment if social media are used in the communication between the public sector s actors and citizens or businesses Yet another problem that seems to be emerging is the peculiar mixture of information content and commercial content In Figure 2 two examples of this absurdity are provided Norwegian NAV The Norwegian Labour and Welfare Service 30 and Swedish Arbets förmedlingen the Swedish Public Employment Service 31 are chosen as examples to illustrate such confusing content Both organisations target persons with economic or employment issues and therefore have a special responsibility to follow strict rules of trustworthiness It is tempting to ask if this is really so when advertisements for free eyeglasses appear on their Facebooks 32 33 3 Conclusions and recommendations This paper has looked into the increasing use of social media within the public sector in the Nordic countries More and more often public agencies and organisations link to Facebook Twitter and the like from their own websites Alternatively governmental agencies link to these media in connection with campaigns happenings or competitions such as idea competitions as part of e Participation Figure 2 Facebook of two Nordic public agencies Commercial content Free eyeglasses appears side by side with information to unemployed and disabled people 30 31 This development introduces several challenges In this paper we have pointed at the following four Figure 3 1 General accessibility and usability connected to security privacy understandability and information overload the latter is in fact a well documented problem of the information age since the eighties 34 35 Since the legislation in many European countries requires universal design or design for all also for ICTs it appears rather peculiar that governmental agencies link to poorly accessible sites and media such as Facebook 2 Trust and credibility when commercials appear in the context of public information Many users may have trouble distinguishing clearly between the two content providers contributions 3 Roles of public employees civil servants as participants in social media whom do they represent in the different contexts or at different times of the day working hours vs leisure time Will contributions on Twitter or Facebook represent their employer s official standpoints in connection with case handling or case manage ment or the private opinion of the particular employee 4 Public procurement In European countries legislation regulating public procure ment is rather strict How can commercial services such as Facebook or Twitter appear on public websites and practically by pass all rules and regulations con nected to public procurement Who bought the Facebook part of the e Service and based on which authorisation Figure 3 Main social media challenges for the public sector In this paper these issues have been illustrated by examples from Nordic e Government websites Norway Sweden Finland and Denmark The ultimate objective of this paper is to draw attention to the rising challenges of social media and thus to attempt to inspire European public bodies to develop adequate social media strategies to handle the use of the new media in a professional and responsible way For example in Norway and Sweden there exist strategy documents which deal with social media 36

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  • Short Facebook training course for visually impaired users - MediaLT
    futile I have found some quite interesting things but much that is useless as well One participant mentioned the focus on publishing photos as a drawback FB has a lot to do with photos people comment about photos all the time and this is not interesting for me when I cannot see the photos myself Two participants were however interested in learning about how to publish holiday photos and family photos during the teaching A short training session is useful Feedback relating to participant s experiences on Facebook after the teaching session was positive It has been good as a short and precise introduction to get going with the most necessary things on Facebook I learned how to navigate on the page and how the Facebook site is organized and where I can find what I want I have now got started Using the mobile site is ingenious and makes everything much easier More experienced users also reported that they had benefitted from the course It is very useful to learn more about what the Facebook page looks like This short tutorial was very helpful I learned about how to orientate myself on Facebook how to know which page I m on I also learned Internet keystrokes that can be useful elsewhere on the web I knew how to publish things comment and like other people s status before the course I learnt how to share links and have managed it but couldn t write a comment in the edit box Several participants who did not have a recent version of JAWS before v 11 could not access other Facebook editing functions for example writing messages because the screen reader was not able to focus on the message editing field There was also positive feedback regarding the teaching material The simple descriptions of techniques in the training material are useful A follow up session would have been helpful Three participants mentioned that they would have liked a longer teaching session or a follow up session so that they had better time to put what they had learnt into practice during the training period it would have been better for me if it had lasted longer so I had more time to put it into practice myself during the session It would be nice to have a follow up session after I had tried it for a little while I think it would be useful to test out what I have learned first When I start to use the knowledge then in the second session I would know where the problems really are In the first session there was a lot that was new and diffuse after using the teaching in the first session I can find out how it really is Two participants mentioned that they did not get sufficient training in particular areas such as Search and Sharing links For the moment I am satisfied but with time I would like to learn more about sharing links I would like to know more about sharing web pages on Facebook and more about Search for example how you can find businesses and organizations which have a Facebook page 5 Conclusion Feedback relating to participant s experience on Facebook after the training supports our observations during teaching that learning to apply just a few useful techniques in a short training session helps visually impaired users gain a much better knowledge of the Facebook site and how they can easily and effectively use the mobile Facebook site to share information Appendix 1 Facebook teaching material for Jaws and Internet Explorer 1 Introducing m facebook com While the ordinary Facebook site can be very demanding to use with a screen reader especially as it is constantly being changed and updated the mobile Facebook site is much less complex and relatively easy to use If you have not been on Facebook before the first step is to create a Facebook account and sign up 2 Create an account Open m facebook com If you want to change the language for the site select the appropriate language link press INS F7 to display the list of links on the page type the initial s for the language you want and press Enter to select from the list To register an account Choose the link Register here in the links list Press Ctrl Home to move to the top of the registration page Press E to move to the first edit field First Name Press Enter to go into forms mode if forms mode is not already turned on Type in your First name Tab to Surname and E mail and enter your surname and e mail address Tab to Gender and choose from the list press Up Downarrow Tab to Date of birth and enter the day tab to month and year and enter these Press B to move to the button Register here and press Space to activate Log in Use your e mail address and password to log on to Facebook Press E to move to the first edit field on the Log in page Enter your e mail address Tab to Password and enter your password Press Enter to log in There is a link to Log out at the bottom of the page if you need to log out of someone else s account before logging in to your own After logging in you will find four main categories in the main menu at the top of the Facebook page Home Alt 0 Profile Alt 1 Find friends Alt 2 and Messages Alt 3 The main functions in these categories are described below 3 Edit profile Everyone on Facebook has a profile that says something about who they are You can choose how much information you wish to publish on your profile To add profile information select the category Profile press Alt 1 to move to the link and press Enter to open your profile page Then select the link Info

    Original URL path: http://www.medialt.no/short-facebook-training-course-for-visually-impaired-users/1136.aspx (2014-09-28)
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  • Forslag til studentoppgave: Facebook API og alternative brukergrensesnitt - MediaLT
    API ene er blant annet benyttet for å lage app er til iPhone etc Mer info om API et finner du på http developers facebook com Vi ønsker at studenter skal lage alternative brukergrensesnitt til deler av Facebook funksjonaliteten F eks kan dette være å lage en mer universelt utformet versjon av http m facebook com piloter kan også være mye smalere dersom dette er hensiktsmessig To brukergrupper vi vet sliter med blant annet Facebook er sterkt synshemmede blinde og mennesker med kognitive funksjonshemninger En pilot kan derfor gjerne se spesielt på en utvalgt brukergruppe Har du spørsmål eller ønsker å ta en slik oppgave kan du ta kontakt med Morten Tollefsen morten medialt no Mobil 90899305 Tips noen om siden Del på Facebook Del på Twitter Del på e post Undermeny Bok om uu og web Eplekjekt IL kurs FRES FrEmtidens Synstolking Bok om uu og dokumenter Jobbklar SETT Synstolk nETT UNIFILM Universelt utformet film Avsluttede prosjekter Synshemmede voksne og elektroniske interaktive pekebøker Datakortet og ECDL PD Øyetelefonen Kurs i interessemedvirkning Spillehula Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific education for people with visual disabilities Universelt utformet interaktivt læremateriell UTIN HEM web Lydtekst PIKT Parkinsons IKT utfordringer Tilgjengelig Web Publisering TWP MIKT Modul i IKT og tilgjengelighet PIPPI Eurochance2 Film mellom ørene Ressursnettverket Universell IKT Universal User Competence UUC Projisert Interaktiv PC styring PIP Tynne klienter og hjelpemiddelteknologi Lydstyring Barnestemme Smidige mikrofon og bryterløsninger SMIDIG ProMed for synshemmede Bhutan prosjektet Stemmestyring i multimodal dialog SMUDI Nettborger Sammendrag Prosjektgruppe Blogg Dokumenter Informasjonsbrosjyre PDF På nett Et notat om funksjonshemmede og bruk av sosiale medier Connected A paper about the disabled and the use of social media Universell utforming

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  • Forslag til studentoppgave: Hvem faller ut - hva og hvorfor? - MediaLT
    andre sosiale medier Det er imidlertid også kjent at denne typen tjenester ikke er veldig godt tilrettelagt for mennesker som bruker f eks en skjermleser leser opp informasjon med syntetisk tale Vi vil gjerne at studenter velger seg spesifikke brukergrupper blinde mennesker med kognitive funksjonshemninger brukere med manglende armfunksjon etc og undersøker Hvem bruker Facebook Hvilken funksjonalitet er tilgjengelig utilgjengelig for mennesker med nedsatt funksjonsevne Hvordan kan funksjonalitet gjøres mer tilgjengelig Det er naturligvis også interessant med andre spørsmål brukergrupper og eller sosiale medier som Twitter Flicker e l Har du spørsmål eller ønsker å ta en slik oppgave kan du ta kontakt med Morten Tollefsen morten medialt no Mobil 90899305 Tips noen om siden Del på Facebook Del på Twitter Del på e post Undermeny Bok om uu og web Eplekjekt IL kurs FRES FrEmtidens Synstolking Bok om uu og dokumenter Jobbklar SETT Synstolk nETT UNIFILM Universelt utformet film Avsluttede prosjekter Synshemmede voksne og elektroniske interaktive pekebøker Datakortet og ECDL PD Øyetelefonen Kurs i interessemedvirkning Spillehula Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific education for people with visual disabilities Universelt utformet interaktivt læremateriell UTIN HEM web Lydtekst PIKT Parkinsons IKT utfordringer Tilgjengelig Web Publisering TWP MIKT Modul i IKT og tilgjengelighet PIPPI Eurochance2 Film mellom ørene Ressursnettverket Universell IKT Universal User Competence UUC Projisert Interaktiv PC styring PIP Tynne klienter og hjelpemiddelteknologi Lydstyring Barnestemme Smidige mikrofon og bryterløsninger SMIDIG ProMed for synshemmede Bhutan prosjektet Stemmestyring i multimodal dialog SMUDI Nettborger Sammendrag Prosjektgruppe Blogg Dokumenter Informasjonsbrosjyre PDF På nett Et notat om funksjonshemmede og bruk av sosiale medier Connected A paper about the disabled and the use of social media Universell utforming som prosess virkemiddel og mål i

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  • Forslag til studentoppgave: Facebook’s umuligheter for personer med kognitiv svikt - MediaLT
    med cand med Gro Marit Rødevand http www karde no GroMarit norsk html Beskrive u brukbarhet av Facebook for mennesker med kognitiv svikt Denne oppgaven skal systematisere kunnskap om hvilke utfordringer mennesker med kognitiv svikt har i bruken av Facebook og hvilke utslag problemene gir i deltakelse i samfunnslivet Facebook tilbyr mange muligheter til samfunnsdeltakelse Vi ønsker at studenter skal undersøke hvordan dette foregår i dag via Facebook og evt andre sentrale sosiale medier Avgrensingen gjøres da eksplisitt mot generell sosial bruk av Facebook Det ønskes at studentene fokuserer på hva som hemmer og fremmer bruken av Facebook til dette formålet når det gjelder mennesker med kognitive utfordringer Utfordringene inkluderer bl a orientering hukommelse problemløsing læring lesing skriving konsentrasjon og eller oppmerksomhet Det forutsettes at arbeidet gjennomføres ved hjelp av systematiske empiriske studier med reelle representative brukere i relevante grupper Har du spørsmål eller ønsker å ta en slik oppgave kan du ta kontakt med Riitta Hellman rh karde no Mobil 98211200 Tips noen om siden Del på Facebook Del på Twitter Del på e post Undermeny Bok om uu og web Eplekjekt IL kurs FRES FrEmtidens Synstolking Bok om uu og dokumenter Jobbklar SETT Synstolk nETT UNIFILM Universelt utformet film Avsluttede prosjekter Synshemmede voksne og elektroniske interaktive pekebøker Datakortet og ECDL PD Øyetelefonen Kurs i interessemedvirkning Spillehula Underholdene programvare for mennesker med sammensatte lærevansker UPS Stemint Atlas 2006 Brukererfaring med fulltekst DAISY bøker Tilgjengelighet til nettsider i ABM sektoren Pekebøker for alle Fri programvare KJEMI Scientific education for people with visual disabilities Universelt utformet interaktivt læremateriell UTIN HEM web Lydtekst PIKT Parkinsons IKT utfordringer Tilgjengelig Web Publisering TWP MIKT Modul i IKT og tilgjengelighet PIPPI Eurochance2 Film mellom ørene Ressursnettverket Universell IKT Universal User Competence UUC Projisert Interaktiv PC styring PIP Tynne klienter og hjelpemiddelteknologi Lydstyring Barnestemme Smidige mikrofon

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  • Summary of Social Services - MediaLT
    of our project we focus on their blog since it is directly related to the project but for more information on the RFB D website you can check this link http www rfbd org RFB D Blog This blog spotlights and celebrates remarkable individuals who demonstrate that having a visual or print disability is no obstacle to educational success and lifetime achievement One can visit the blog listen and participate in conversations with students educators assistive technology providers public policy makers and caring volunteers Every new entry to the blog can also be accessed from the main page of RFB D website This helps one either to continue to visit the blog or not depending on what new topic is expected or is of his or her interest You can subscribe to the blog and also share with friends the content of the blog for example you can share through Facebook twitter etc They offer free membership for individuals or specialized packages for schools On the blog you will find categories of topics discussed and these include assistive technology blind or visually impaired RFB D activities RFB D Audiobook Library etc recent items and archived topics by month On the blog page different people post different things therefore one can easily find a topic of his or her interest The topics range from testimonies achievements how to help the disabled etc Also note that other users can comment on the topic being discussed hence building a community based movement that helps people with visual and learning disabilities in different matters The blog does not only help inspire the disabled but also helps them build self esteem Here you can find more information on RFB D Blog Datingdisabled net Disabled Dating for Disabled Singles looking for love Datingdisabled net is one of the Top Dating Service providers in Europe and in the rest of the world It is a part of a major dating network called White Label Dating Solutions Dating Factory The system incorporates years of design experience in online dating and latest WEB2 methodology to create safe enjoyable and easy to use dating websites Thinking from the user s point of view is their main aim On this website you can find your friends co workers neighbors and of course total strangers looking to meet someone at datingdisabled No matter what your disability is disabled dating community will always strive to help you find your perfect lover it desires to improve dating service and help everyone find their perfect online dates and of course make it to offline relationships The site has tutorials for example there is a demonstration on how one can record photos and videos from datingdisabled net s webcam it is in the following languages Czech Dutch English French German Italian Lithuanian Polish Spanish and Swedish You will find other members pictures comments you can also comment and other information about them members on the website Therefore the choice is left with you to decide who

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