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Tactile Graphics Touching on the Basics September 2007 Fred Otto, Project Leader, Educational Research Karen Poppe, Project Leader, Educational Research
Outline: Introductions Tactile vs. visual learning Approaches to adapting images General practices Tactile terminology Tactile production methods Sample items Questions we facesmall and large
Part I Tactile vs. visual learning systematic vs. instant 2-D vs. 3-D limited palette vs. range of colors, shading, fonts Success!
Approaches to adapting images Giving necessary information Understanding full intent of the graphic/task and how it "works"
Can we do it? If so…
General practices ("Things we do") Spacing of elements & labels Using lines & textures Dealing with decorative elements Changing 3-D perspectives Omitting items
Part II Tactile terminology Lines, point symbols, areal patterns
Part III Tactile Production Methods embossed paper "swell paper" Tactile Vision / thermography collage thermoform embosser graphics, e.g. Tiger
Comparison of Methods
Part IV Sample Items
Part V Our Questions and Yours What elements do we add in (key, labels) and when? How will the tactile reader experience this image? How to depict purely visual concepts for blind readers?
Wider Issues Testing students in a medium different from the one they studied Cultivating tactile reading skills early on
Further Discussion Thank you!
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