First Meeting of Advisory Board for Cooperate
Published November 2015
The first advisory board meeting for the Cooperate project took place at the 17th of November in Karlsruhe. The Cooperate team presented the project idea, goals, solution approaches and the results of the first project year. The participants were involved in an inclusive UML-teaching scenario with a tactile diagram to become familiar with UML. Furthermore, identified requirements for the modeling environment and conceptual and technical solution approaches were given. A special thank goes to the participants for the vivid discussions and their exchange of experiences at the end of the meeting.
Announcement: First Advisory Board Meeting
Published October 2015
The Cooperate team invites to the first meeting of the advisory board on November 17th 2015 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 invited.
Workshop Paper accepted at MuC 2015
Published June 2015
The Cooperate contribution „Towards Collaboration on Accessible UML Models“ is accepted at the workshop „Accessible Interaction for Visually Impaired People“, which takes place at the Mensch und Computer Konferenz 2015. We discuss different approaches of barrier-free interaction with UML models using a textual editor. Collaboration with team members should be supported by an integrated synchronization between the textual and graphical representation of UML diagrams within the editor. More information is given under Publications.
Conference Contribution accepted at AAATE15
Published June 2015
The article "The Cooperate Assistive Teamwork Environment for Software Description Languages" is accepted for a presentation at the conference "Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe" (AAATE15). The article describes the planned realization of the cooperation tool for the project Cooperate. It determines the project requirements and solutions. More information can be found under Publications.
New Press Release about Cooperate
Published May 2015
The project was mentioned in different press releases. Among others, it was mentioned in the actual version of the Karlsruhe magazine "campushunter" in the summer term 2015 (in German only). Furthermore, a press release was published on the website of KIT: Press Release 028/2015
Published March 2015
The final logo of the project consists of five different modules, which together form a kind of triangle. Each module has a different color to indicate that many different items compose a new construct. These items further symbolize both (a) the cooperation within a team of visually impaired, blind and sighted persons, which works together on a project and (b) UML modules, which can be developed by using the Cooperate tool.
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