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Digital and e-Learning Accessibility for People with Special Educational Needs: A Robotic Perspective
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  • Maya Dimitrova ,
  • Aleksandar Krastev ,
  • Negoslav Sabev ,
  • J. David Nunez-Gonzalez
Maya Dimitrova
Institute of Robotics

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Aleksandar Krastev
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Abstract

The paper presents the currently developed framework for analysis of accessibility in digital and e-Learning systems, which extends the subject-object relation by including
robots in the interaction process. A mainstream experimental framework in special education – false-belief task - is analyzed from a Piagetian perspective and modified to account for the intermediate role of the robot in supporting the learner acquire new knowledge or access the digital and e-Learning information available in the World.
Published as: M. Dimitrova, A. Krastev, N. Sabev and J. David Nunez-Gonzalez, “Digital and e-Learning Accessibility for People with Special Educational Needs: A Robotic Perspective,” 2021 19th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training (ITHET), 2021, pp. 1-5, doi: 10.1109/ITHET50392.2021.9759704.