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|Title:||A Systematic Review On Multi-device Inclusive Environments|
Ig Ibert; Baranauskas
Maria Cecilia; Pereira
|Abstract:||The challenge of designing universal access to knowledge demands considerations on multi-device interaction. A systematic review of inclusive environments built from multiple devices was conducted based on studies published during the period of 2002-2013. The search strategy combined manual and automatic searches from which 8889 studies were identified; 34 studies were found proposing software tools for building multi-device inclusive environments (0.38 % of the original sample). Thus, this study analyzes the ways academic and industrial communities have developed tools for building inclusive environments. The main findings of this review are: (1) an urgent need for the recognition of accessibility as an important non-functional requirement; (2) a need for taking into account the social conditions of users, such as illiteracy and people living in underserved communities; and (3) the identification of new research questions in the context of multi-device inclusive environments.|
|Citation:||Universal Access In The Information Society. Springer Heidelberg, v. 15, p. 737 - 772, 2016.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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