Accessible Objected-Oriented Programming Concepts for Blind Students - PDF

Accessible Objected-Oriented Programming Concepts for Blind Students
Blind students should not be excluded from computer programming courses because of inaccessible textbooks. Because of its text-based nature, computer programming is fundamentally an access technology. However, many textbooks adopt and use high-level integrated development environments with graphical user interfaces that greatly reduce that accessibility.
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