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Which kind of easy to understand information people need?

Langue: IT

Posté par Eleonora DI LIBERTO

This pubblication contains the results of an easy to read survey to discover which kind of easy to understand information people with learning disability/low literacy skills need.


The survey involved twenty people from each of the following 6 European Countries: Italy, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal
and Spain. People with low literacy skills, with cognitive disabilities and refugees answered to the questionnaire showing an international view about people’s needs in terms of accessible information.


The questionnaire was specially created by the partners of the project Accessible Information Material (an Erasmus+ strategic partnership for innovation) and adapted to the specific target of people which the organizations are most concerned with.
 

Auteur(s) de la ressource: 
Partners of the project AIM
ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION
Date de publication:
Mardi, 31 Mars, 2020
Type de ressource: 
Autre
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