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Title: DAISY, the best way to author sign language publications
Authors: Olivrin, G
Van Der Walt, W
Keywords: Sign language
DAISY
Digital accessible information system
Video based sign language
Ability based technical intention prototype
Issue Date: Sep-2009
Citation: Olivrin, G and Van Der Walt, W. 2009. DAISY, the best way to author sign language publications. DAISY 2009, International Technical Conference, Germany, 24-25 September 2009, pp 1-8
Abstract: This paper investigates how video playback can be introduced in DAISY by building on the DAISY 3 standard and on existing open-source software. The paper presents the process of creating and authoring a video-based sign language DAISY publication to serve as test cases. Additionally, the Ability Based Technical Intervention prototype demonstrates how content can be further adapted to users' abilities, learning style and literacy levels to make all-inclusive videobased publications.
Description: DAISY 2009, International Technical Conference, Germany, 24-25 September 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3979
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