Lexdis began as a co-design project with students to collate strategies on how students were using technology to overcome barriers to learning.
Synchronise your Notes: Synote is a free web-based application that allows you to synchronise your notes with audio and/or video and also transcribe your audio recordings for you. Index Notes with 'Synmarks'.
Guidance for creating accessible websites, automatic accessibility checks of live websites and reviews of popular sites.
A free tool that adds accessibility tools to any website. ATBar enables easy zooming, font changes, recolouring (and more) on almost any website.
The Accessibility Cloud aggregates all the knowledge about accessibility into a commonly available, linked and searchable resource.
Learn about Accessibility. A series of online materials are provided to teach users about issues surrounding accessibility of websites and software and the importance of considering them when developing online content.
This research aims to analyse university students' handwriting skills using digital pens. The research will build on present day paper and pen evaluations that occur with the use of a stop watch and simple speed of writing tests.
Go mobile with your synchronised annotated notes: Synote Mobile will meet the important user need to make web-based Open Educational Resources recordings easier to access, search, manage, and exploit for learners, teachers and others.
There are very few freely available culturally-suitable Arabic pictograms, icons, symbols or other graphical representations of language for use within the Arabic community by those who have a wide range of communication and literacy difficulties.
REALISE your potential: REALISE is a community of people working to develop new technologies that make using the Internet, computers and mobile devices easier for those who encounter barriers to access.
The usability of Synote will be improved by making it more adaptable and learnable, which could potentially increase its target audience.
STEMReader aimed to deliver a significant step forward in reading aloud maths for those working from functional to advanced levels.
An open, free-to-use platform for anyone to create, share, copy and remix presentation slides.
A rapid-prototype modern web app to produce communication charts for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).
Understanding the design and deployment of AI to benefit all members of society, including traditionally underserved communities.
As part of our AI and Inclusion project, AI techniques were developed to automatically categorise communication symbols, enabling users to find more relevant symbols faster.
Development of a Massive Open Online Course project to provide education on accessible design in ICT. Now available as a free online course on FutureLearn.
PicBoard is an innovative symbol based communication software that act as a "low-tech" Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) solution.
Easy, navigable and personalisable access to digital information. MyDocStore: Enabling users to produce and navigate digital information independently, anytime, anywhere and in a user-friendly way.
A USB pen drive of accessibility tools that can run without installation, making it easier to test software and websites on different platforms.
Evaluating existing inclusive technologies across the University of Southampton's student computers, looking at their availability and accessibility.
Strategies for adapting assistive technologies to suit a wide range of users around the world. Also providing pointers for the localisation of accessible websites.
Exploring the use of metadata to drive the creation, accessibility and commercial availability of digital content to dyslexic school pupils and elderly visually impaired.