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HCIL-2008-20

Guha, M., Druin, A., Fails, J. (May 2008)
Designing with and for children with special needs: An inclusionary model
To appear in Interaction Design and Children, June 2008.
HCIL-2008-20

In order to design for children with special needs, we need to design with children with special needs. The inclusionary model proposed in this paper suggests that appropriate involvement of children with special needs in the design process begins with the level of involvement a team expects from children, and is additionally influenced by the nature and severity of the child’s disability and the availability and intensity of support available to the child.



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