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Book: Media Literacy and Assistive Technologies for Empowerment in Autism

Edited by Carla Sousa and Alan H. Tkaczyk (ISBN 978-972-54-0983-1)

Table of Contents (Open Access)

  • Part I – Autism, Diversity, and Media Literacy
  • Introduction by Carla Sousa – READ HERE
  • Decoding the Digital Landscape: Media Literacy for Autism Spectrum Disorder by Carla Sousa – READ HERE
  • The Potential Role of TEACCH and PECS for Secondary Education Students With a Focus on Literacy by Ewa Litwinczuk and Carla Sousa – READ HERE
  • “Desktop Adventure”: A Tool for the Development of Digital Competences in Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder by Conceição Costa and Vera Pradiante – READ HERE
  • Hands-On Minds: Fostering Conceptual Learning Through Tangible Analogue Games in Higher Education by Sara Rye – READ HERE
  • Bringing Hues to the Spectrum: A Journey with Autism, Gender Identity, and Pokémon by Didi Figueiredo – READ HERE
  • Minding the Gap: Bulding Bridges Through Intergenerational Media and Informational Literacy by Ana F. Oliveira – READ HERE

  • Part II – Assistive Technologies, Empowerment, and Inclusion
  • Introduction by Alan H. Tkaczyk – READ HERE
  • The Role of Social Robots as Assistive Technologies in the Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Possible Interactive Play Scenarios by Paulina Tsvetkova – READ HERE
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication Assessment: Considerations for Autistic Children Who Are Beginning Communicators by May Agius – READ HERE
  • Virtual Reality: Unlocking Employment Opportunities for Autistic Adults? by Sally Whelan and Geraldine Leader – READ HERE
  • Gaming, Assistive Technologies, and Neurodiversity by Carla Sousa – READ HERE
  • Technological innovations for assessing motor impairments in autism spectrum disorder by Aditi Gandotra and Renata Cserjesi – READ HERE
  • Assistive Technologies in Psychomotricity Sessions with Children Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder by Isabel Trancoso and Soraia M. Alarcão – READ HERE
  • A Study on the Use of Virtual Reality in Teaching Independent Living Skills to Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder by Saime Arslan – READ HERE
  • Enhancing Participatory Research with Neurodiverse Individuals: The Potential Role of Assistive Technologies in Facilitating Informed Consent by Cátia Casimiro – READ HERE
  • Implementing Intervention Studies with Autistic People and Digital Technologies in Natural Settings: a Guide to Best Practice by Patricia Pérez-Fuster and Gerardo Herrera – READ HERE
  • Building an Inclusive Future: Empowering Through Assistive Technologies by Gerda Sula – READ HERE

[GameIN] Games Inclusion Lab: Participatory Media Creation Processes for Accessibility

Reference: 2022.07939.PTDC