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タイトル: Designing Interactive Graphical Interfaces for Teaching Japanese Manual Alphabet
著者: Namatame, Miki
Harada, Yasushi
Kusunoki, Fusako
Terano, Takao
キーワード: Barrier-free Education
Edutainment (education+entertainment)
Manual Alphabet
Universal Design
Visual Interface
発行日: Mar-2005
出版者: The Committee for Promotion of Academic And Social Contribution, Tsukuba College of Technology
誌名: TCT Education of Disabilities
巻: 4
開始ページ: 21
終了ページ: 29
抄録: This paper introduces Practice! Yubimoji AIUEO (PYA), which enables not only deaf pupils but hearing pupils to learn basic character expressions (AIUEO) of the Japanese manual alphabet (Yubimoji). Learning Japanese manual alphabet (or manual KANA) also serves to present a "barrier-free" concept to hearing pupils. Typically used on a personal computer, PYA has an easy-to-use visual interface. This paper describes the principles of PYA, how it works, and why PYA is effective from an "edutainment" point of view. The principles of PYA are applicable to the manual alphabet of every language. This Yubimoji-software "Practice! Yubimoji AIUEO (PYA)" was published by Shogakukan Inc. which is a famous publisher in Japan, because of its usability and intelligibility. 700 packs of this software have been donated to all of the domestic schools for the deaf, and the many educational facilities for hard-of-hearing people.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10460/122
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