n recent years the introduction of modern technologies has allowed students with disabilities to achieve a greater degree of autonomy and independence and favored a change in teaching that has become an increasingly "inclusive education", focusing on special educational needs and above all on their “hidden potential”. The increasing number of students with special education needs at the university level requires strategies to guarantee to every student the same rights. Today the learning processes make a large use of digital environment and the students with disabilities can successfully make use of specific technologies. We present a system developed at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia based on digital white boards, tablets, and a repository for the audio-video recording of the lecture and of the learning resources specially addressed to students with special educational needs.
ALTERNATIVE LEARNING TECNOLOGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL / Giliberti, E; Corradini, M; Guaraldi, G; Bertarelli, F; Genovese, E. - STAMPA. - (2010), pp. 633-637.