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  • Supporting Communication in Stressful Times Tue, 06 Oct 2020 12:40:39 +0000

    When researching ideas for how to explain complex issues in and around COVID-19 and other related stressful situations for our Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Action Fund project, there seemed to be very little guidance specific to those who struggle with communication. No matter how hard we try there is often limited amounts of time available to […]

  • WebSci 2020 Digital (In)Equality, Digital Inclusion, Digital Humanism Fri, 31 Jul 2020 12:46:01 +0000

    The WebSci 2020 conference had a special workshop on Digital (In)Equality, Digital Inclusion, Digital Humanism and we were able to present our work related to “Multilingual Symbolic Support for Low Levels of Literacy on the Web“ Our Alan Turing Institute AI and Inclusion pilot project included work related to our linking of symbol sets and there were some interesting […]

  • Welcoming OpenMoji, Guemil and OCHA to GlobalSymbols Mon, 06 Jul 2020 12:51:19 +0000

    Global Symbols now has the OpenMoji symbol set, which comes with an open licence and has been developed by “50+ students and 2 professors of the HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd (Design University) and external contributers”. The Guemil icons come from UC School of Design, Santiago, Chile and are “an open source pictogram initiative, aimed at representing situations of risk and emergency” Finally, […]