The Digital Educational Environment: The Problem of Its Accessibility for Visually Impaired Students
Keywords:information exchange, digital electronic resource, digital educational environment, computer tiflotechnology, the visually impaired, professional education.
The changes taking place in recent decades in the humanitarian sphere of the life of Russian society are manifested in the increased attention to problems of social integration of people with disabilities. The social state policy concerning such people is increasingly focused on creating equal opportunities so as to participate in the life of society and get involved in socially useful activities. One of the most important aspects of equal opportunities for the visually impaired is ensuring the access to information and opportunity to participate in public information exchange. The process of society informatization makes the solution of these problems even more urgent. In this regard, the wide distribution of digital electronic resources is of particular importance, taking into account the requirements for the visually impaired and computer technology. In the given research there substantiated possibilities of using digital educational resources, computer typhlotechnologies when interacting with the information public. Such results can be implemented in the organization of both academic and corporate education. The developed approaches can be used by various groups of developers to create their own digital educational environment
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