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Sunday, January 20

  1. page Knowledge Management Team edited ... The members of your Knowledge Management Team (KMT) are:-Patrick Roe (EPFL)Patrick Roe (EPFL) …
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    The members of your Knowledge Management Team (KMT) are:-Patrick Roe (EPFL)Patrick Roe (EPFL)
    The members of your Knowledge Management Team (KMT) are:-Julio Abascal (EHU)Julio Abascal (EHU)
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    Klironomos (ICS-FORTH) 
    The members of your Knowledge Management Team (KMT) are:-Julio Abascal (EHU)Ilse Bierhoff (SmH)
    The members of your Knowledge Management Team (KMT) are:-Pier Luigi Emiliani (CNR)Pier Luigi Emiliani (CNR)
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    The members of your Knowledge Management Team (KMT) are:-Yiannis Laouris (CNTI)Yiannis Laouris (CNTI)
    The members of your Knowledge Management Team (KMT) are:-Georgina Shitta (CNTI)Georgina Shitta (CNTI)
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Wednesday, January 2

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Friday, March 23

  1. page About Your TQ edited ... Read other participants' responses to the triggering question, which might trigger new ideas f…
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    Read other participants' responses to the triggering question, which might trigger new ideas for you to enter
    x-In view of the three upcoming three SDDPs, what obstacles and threats do you anticipate that might compromise the quality of the outcomes?--Round One: Participants will generate their ideas and enter their responses and their explanations of the meanings of their statements in the wiki's discussion tab on this page. No questions for clarification of the meaning of statements by other participants are allowed during this Round.
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    on the ?Round'Round 1- Generation'
    In the event one or more statements are not clear, you shouldask the authors for clarification of the meaning of the statement. Only the author can answer these questions about the meaning of their statements. The requests for clarification are made directly to the author.
    x-In view of the three upcoming three SDDPs, what obstacles and threats do you anticipate that might compromise the quality of the outcomes?--The discussion for clarification of meaning is very important for group learning. All participants are supposed to revisit the on-going discussion for clarification. By reading the exchanges appearing in the discussion tab, as recorded for every statement, the meanings of the authors' contributions will become transparent to all members of the group. WE WILL ALLOCATE SUFFICIENT TIME FOR COMPLETING THIS ROUND, SO PLEASE VISIT THE DISCUSSION FOR CLARIFICATION IN AN ITERATIVE MANNER.i.e., more than once. WE WILL TRAIN YOU HOW TO GET NOTIFIED WHEN ANOTHER MEMBER OF THE GROUP POSTS A QUESTION TO YOUR CONTRIBUTION.​
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  2. page About Your TQ edited ... x-In view of the three upcoming three SDDPs, what obstacles and threats do you anticipate that…
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    x-In view of the three upcoming three SDDPs, what obstacles and threats do you anticipate that might compromise the quality of the outcomes?--This Triggering Question is also located on the page "Round One". Every participant's statements will be stored in the "Discussion" tab on Round One. By clicking on that tab, participants can:
    This Triggering Question is also located on the page "Round 1". Every participant's statements will be stored in the "Discussion" tab on Round One. By clicking on that tab, participants can:
    x-In view of the three upcoming three SDDPs, what obstacles and threats do you anticipate that might compromise the quality of the outcomes?--Enter their answers to the Triggering Question
    Enter their answers to the Triggering Question
    x-In view of the three upcoming three SDDPs, what obstacles and threats do you anticipate that might compromise the quality of the outcomes?--Read other participants' responses to the triggering question, which might trigger new ideas for you to enter
    Read other participants' responses to the triggering question, which might trigger new ideas for you to enter
    x-In view of the three upcoming three SDDPs, what obstacles and threats do you anticipate that might compromise the quality of the outcomes?--Round One: Participants will generate their ideas and enter their responses and their explanations of the meanings of their statements in the wiki's discussion tab on this page. No questions for clarification of the meaning of statements by other participants are allowed during this Round.
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Tuesday, October 4

  1. page Videos of participants taken in San Sebastian edited ... Promote research in methodologies and tools for HCI accessibility evaluation, including, monit…
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    Promote research in methodologies and tools for HCI accessibility evaluation, including, monitoring and benchmarking
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    Promote methodologies to include the human diversity in user interface design
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    Promote interoperability among devices and services to enhance accessibility

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Monday, October 3

  1. page Videos of participants taken in San Sebastian edited ... 48. Support research on the implications for people with disabilities of the use of biometric…
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    Support research on the implications for people with disabilities of the use of biometric systems for identification and security
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    Support research on accessible interaction with robots
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    To promote research that closes the gap between interfaces for inclusion
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    Research about the exclusion that has been created by HCI
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    Create a meaningful use of HCI clearly supporting activities
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    Promote research in methodologies and tools for HCI accessibility evaluation, including, monitoring and benchmarking
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  2. page Videos of participants taken in San Sebastian edited ... 41. To promote common research on user needs and preferences to be used by all e-inclusion pr…
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    To promote common research on user needs and preferences to be used by all e-inclusion projects
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    Research and development on provision of accessible interfaces inclusive products and services in an ubiquitous manner
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    R&D on text normalization, simplification, personalization and evaluation
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    Further research on static and adaptive user interaction profiles
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    Dynamic composition complex interfaces (mash-up of services)
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    Support research on novel human-machine interfaces for recreational activities
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    Support research that looks how to reduce the complexity of user interaction whilst retaining functionality
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    Support research on the implications for people with disabilities of the use of biometric systems for identification and security

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