DLO Digital Inclusion

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Digital information facilities do not always match the method that is optimal for 15 to 20 percent of the student population. How can we ensure that facilities and information sources meet the needs of this group?


The development of information and development tools with which we can help curriculum developers at HU to develop digitally inclusive educational offerings. This is a first step that can then serve as a model for a more universally inclusive way of transferring information.


Results will be shown here when ready during the project


01 September 2022 - 01 September 2023


Through literature research, empathy sessions with end users (students) and curriculum developers who have experience working with the digital resources and expressions of the HU from 4 subgroups from the neurodiversity spectrum, obstacles and hindering factors in the current information provision will be mapped out. Together with these same 4 groups, we will then look at alternatives that are more pleasant for them. These four perspectives will then be bundled together in a recommendation.

HU researchers involved in the research

  • Machil Deinum
    • Researcher
    • Research group: Organisations in Digital Transition
  • Xander Lub
    Xander Lub
    • Professor
    • Research group: Organisations in Digital Transition
  • Anita Cremers | Professor | Research group Co-Design
    Anita Cremers
    • Professor
    • Research group: Co-design

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Machil Deinum

  • Researcher
  • Research group: Organisations in Digital Transition