Scientific publications

  1. Darzentas J S, Darzentas J (2004). 'Design for All': Socially Responsible Design or just good sense? In: Bynum T W, Pouloudi N, Rogerson S, Spyrou T (eds), Challenges for the Citizen of the Information Society (Vol. 1 of Proceedings of the 7th International Conference Ethicomp 2004, 14-16th April, Syros, Greece), pp. 237-249. Aegean: University of the Aegean Press.
  2. Darzentas J S (2003). Design for All: Designing for Diversity. In: Kameas A, Streitz N (eds), Tales of the Disappearing Computer (Proceedings of the Disappearing Computer Conference, 1-4 June Santorini, Greece), pp.165-176. Patras, Greece: CTI Press.
  3. Darzentas J S, Darzentas J (2003). Design for All Key Knowledge and Skill Sets for Information and Communication Products, Services and Systems. In: Stephanidis C (ed), Universal Access in HCI, Inclusive Design in the Information Society (Volume 4, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Universal Access in Human - Computer Interaction, 22-27 June, Crete, Greece), pp. 53-57. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  4. Darzentas J S, Darzentas J (2003). Teaching Design for All in Critical Motivations and New Dimensions. In: Proceedings of 2nd Educational Design Conference, ICSID (International Council of Societies of Industrial Design), Hannover, September 5-7, pp. 69-73. Hannover, Germany: IF International Forum Design GmbH.
  5. Degouzon F, Macias Y (2004). Understanding Design for All : an introduction. In: Cahier Handicap, Fondation Internet Nouvelle Génération (to appear; in French).
  6. Dekker M, Nicolle C, Molenbroek J (2004). GENIE workshop for curricula with user involvement and inclusive design. Gerontechnology, 3, 1.
  7. Engelen J, Strobbe C, Darzentas J S (2003). Teaching Design for All: the needs and expectations of industry from a DfA curriculum. In: Stephanidis C (ed), Universal Access in HCI, Inclusive Design in the Information Society (Volume 4, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Universal Access in Human - Computer Interaction, 22-27 June, Crete, Greece), pp. 73-77. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  8. Engelen J, Sandhu J (2003). An Overview of European Developments in ICT, eEurope and eInclusion. eInclusion conference, Maastricht, June 11, 2003.
  9. Engelen J (2003). The next hot item for Assistive Technology and Design for All: standardisation. In: Proceedings of the AAATE 2003 Conference (Dublin, Ireland), invited speech to the special session on DfA Standardisation.
  10. Engelen J (2003). Hybrid books, an easier read. Ability, March 2003, pp. 16-17.
  11. Engelen J (2003). eAccessibility and eEurope. Contribution to the background information section of the CENELEC website, http://www.cenelec.org/ (July 25, 2003).
  12. Mohamad Y, Velasco C A (2003). IDCnet - A thematic network for Inclusive Design Curricula: aims and objectives. In: Stephanidis C (ed), Universal Access in HCI, Inclusive Design in the Information Society (Volume 4, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Universal Access in Human - Computer Interaction, 22—27 June, Crete, Greece), pp. 133—137. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  13. Nicolle C, Darzentas J, Strobbe C, Tahkokallio P, Velasco C A (2005). Curricula Recommendations: An update from IDCnet. In: Proceedings of INCLUDE 2005, 5-8 April 2005. London: Royal College of Art.
  14. Nicolle C, Maguire M (2003). Empathic Modelling in Teaching Design for All. In: Stephanidis C (ed), Universal Access in HCI, Inclusive Design in the Information Society (Volume 4, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Universal Access in Human - Computer Interaction, 22-27 June, Crete, Greece). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  15. Nicolle C, Darzentas J (2003). The IDCnet approach: Educating students and professionals in "design for all". In: Proceedings of ICAT 2003 (International Conference on Assistive Technology), 2-3 December 2003. London: British Computer Society Disability Group.
  16. Nicolle C, Dekker M, Molenbroek J (2002). The GENIE Design Workshops and their contribution to curricula for inclusive design. Gerontechnology 2002, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-12 November 2002.
  17. Noirhomme-Fraiture M, Nicolle C, Kotzé P, Abascal J (2003). Including Accessibility and Inclusive Design in the Curriculum for Human Computer Interaction. Joint Workshop of IFIP WG 13.1 on Education in HCI and HCI Curriculum and IFIP WG 13.3 on HCI and Disability. INTERACT 2003, the IFIP TC13 International Human-Computer Interaction Conference, Zurich, Switzerland, 1-5 September 2003.
  18. Romero R, Alcantud F (2003). A Pilot Experience Teaching Design for All as an Optional Module in ICT-related Courses at the University of Valencia. In: Méndez-Vilas, Mesa González (eds), Advances in Technology Based Education: Towards a Knowledge Based Society (Proceedings of the II International Conference on Multimedia and Information & Communication Technologies in Education m-ICTE2003, Badajoz, Spain, December 3-6), pp. 1425-1428. Badajoz, Spain: Consejería de Educación, Ciencia y Tecnología. 
  19. Romero R (2003). El Currículo de Diseño para Todos (Design for All Curriculum). VII Jornadas SIDAR. Más Accesibilidad: Mejor Accesibilidad. Lisboa, Portugal, November 3-5 2003 (in Spanish). 
  20. Romero R (2003). Conjuntos básicos de contenidos y habilidades para el modelo de currículum europeo en Diseño para Todos y TIC. Resultados del proyecto IDCnet. In: Primeras Jornadas sobre Diseño para Todos en la Comunidad Valenciana (Red REDeACC, Valencia, 27-28 November, 2003). In Spanish.
  21. Velasco C A, Engelen J, Strobbe C, Darzentas J, Tahkokallio P, Nicole C, Romero R (2004). IDCnet: Inclusive Design Curriculum Network – First results. In: Miesenberger K, Klaus J, Zagler W, Burger D (eds). Proceedings of the 9th International Conference ICCHP 2004 (Paris, France, July 2004), LNCS 3118, pp. 110—116. Berlin-Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.