End of Project
Published June 2018
The Cooperate project ends on 30th June 2018. We look back on 3 1/2 years of intensive research and development in the areas of accessibility of UML and cooperation in software development teams. The results of the project show how inclusive design can work to create solutions for people with and without disabilities and thus improve opportunities in the labour market. The project results are still available under Materials and Publications.
We would like to thank all participants of the conducted studies and all multipliers and project partners for the very nice and successful cooperation. Moreover, we would like to express our thanks to the BMAS for the funding of the Cooperate Project.
Cooperate at the 4th workshop on „Creating accessible documents for education”
Published Mai 2018
From April 20 to 21, the 4. Workshops „Erstellung barrierefreier Dokumente für Studium und Beruf“ took place at the University of Hamburg. The cooperate team presented the training material and the cooperation tool to teachers and service centres. We also demonstrated how software development with UML can be taught more inclusively.
Evaluation of the Cooperate Tool
Published April 2018
In October 2017, we conducted our first pilot test. Currently, we are evaluating the Cooperate tool with several diversity-teams. Preliminary results show a good usability of our tool.
Cooperate at ICCHP 2018
Published March 2018
At this year's ICCHP, which takes place in Linz from July 11 to 13, the Cooperate team presents a paper about the UML4all syntax developed in the project. The paper focuses on the main concepts of our new UML notation and presents the results of an online survey.
Extension of Cooperate
Published January 2018
We are pleased to inform you about the extention of the Cooperate projekt until 30.Juni 2018.
3rd Advisory Board Meeting
Published November 2017
The Cooperate team invites to the third meeting of the advisory board on November 23th 2017 in Karlsruhe. The task of the board is to support the Cooperate project professionally. Representatives from various departments which have contact with the target groups or have experience in technical environments are following our third invitation. We are looking forward to present our recent results and get into interesting discussions.
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