ViPi Survey (Andy Burton, NTU)

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  • 1. facebook.com/vipiprojecttwitter.com/ViPi_projectVIPI - VIRTUAL PORTAL FORINTERACTION AND ICT TRAINING FOR1 PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES3rd ViPi Workshop ; 02/05/2012, Vilnius, Lithuaniawww.vipi-project.eu511792-LLP-1-2010-1-GR-KA3-KA3NW

2. facebook.com/vipiprojecttwitter.com/ViPi_projectVIPI WORKSHOP -USER SURVEY AND THE FINDINGSANDY BURTON, NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY,UK23rd ViPi Workshop ; 02/05/2012, Vilnius, Lithuaniawww.vipi-project.eu511792-LLP-1-2010-1-GR-KA3-KA3NW 3. ABOUT THE SURVEY The survey was designed as a means of obtaining data from multiplestakeholders in the ViPi project. Different stakeholders would have different inputs to the survey allof which needed to be captured The survey was therefore broken up into sections, to be completed byseparate relevant stakeholder groups of: Persons with a disability Organisations for people with disabilities Trainers Policy makers Intermediaries Presented as a seamless online survey experience (with offlineversion available) 33rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 4. ABOUT THE SURVEY The order of flow washe question groups were subtitled dependant on the answers toas follows: the initial compulsory question1.stakeholder interest2.ICT access to tools and serviceson stakeholder interest.3.carers and relatives4.ICT training and skills5.learning preferences Each individual question was6.your ViPi interestmarked up with logical rules7.organisations and was only asked when8.intermediariesrelevant to the current survey9.policy makers user.10. trainers11. support networks and community12. employment13. personal info414. general 3rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 5. FINDINGS Who completed the survey:intermediary13 policy maker 15 relative/carer 16 trainer24person with a disability35people with disabilitiesorganisations representative 75 5 3rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 6. SURVEY FINDINGS Disabilities of people with disabilities Specialism ofcompleting surveyOrganisations of survey completers Of those who completed the survey, there was a good spread of disabilitygroups in both the people with disabilities and the organisations for peoplewith disabilities. 63rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 7. SURVEY FINDINGS Preferred learning methods against experience oflearning methods among people with disabilities Shows that e-learning, virtual tutors and virtual classroomsare preferred by people with disabilities but less oftenused. ViPi can address this. 73rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 8. SURVEY FINDINGS Information and Communications Technology trainingproblems experienced by people with disabilities ViPi can address the top three problems experienced bypeople with disabilities, by making training for opensource software free and allowing users to work at their 8own rate.3rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 9. SURVEY FINDINGS Aspects of Information and Communications Technologytraining people with disabilities are happy with ViPi can in fact satisfy all of the above criteria. Opensource software training can address the low availabilityof inexpensive/free software and the differences 9between home and training software.3rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 10. SURVEY FINDINGS Assistive Technology Training problems experienced bypeople with disabilities10 3rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 11. SURVEY FINDINGS Aspects of Assistive Technology training people withdisabilities are happy with Again ViPi can provide all of the above consistentlyproviding an optimal training package for people withdisabilities 113rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 12. SURVEY FINDINGS people with disabilities who expressed a preferencethought these skills would enhance their employability Significant need for all training areas expressed Some higher level skills (e.g programming, webdevelopment, Databases) suggest potential for future 12Advanced level ViPi curriculum development3rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 13. SURVEY FINDINGS Jobs people with disabilities think they could take on Information technology is top on this list suggesting ICTtraining would be highly useful to people with disabilities. 133rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 14. SURVEY FINDINGS Preferred training Preferred pedagogicmethods (amongstapproaches (amongsttrainers) trainers) The top 6 pedagogic approachesare well supported by proposedViPi portal. Presentation, tutorials anddemonstration are the coreapproaches to teaching that will beapplied Drill and practice is well supportedin a games based learningapproach Discussion and collaboration are14supported by Web 2.0 support 3rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 15. SURVEY FINDINGS Of all experts in people with disabilities (Organisations for peoplewith disabilities, Trainers, Intermediaries and Policy makers) themajority (83%) think that ICT training will improve or vastly improvepeople with disabilities chances of finding suitable employment.153rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania 16. VIPI SURVEYThank You! 163rd ViPi Workshop; 02/05/2012, Vilnius Lithuania