About accessibility of educational software

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Stefania Bocconi
Silvia Dini
Lucia Ferlino
Michela Ott


Discussion on availability 'view of the use of tools by persons with disabilities. It examines in particular the case of educational software, considered in the Italian law on availability '.

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