Post-Questionnaire for teaching pilots

Introduction

At the beginning of this module you were asked to complete a short questionnaire to identify your knowledge, skills and attitudes towards Design for All. The IDCnet project is now interested to see if and how your views may have changed since taking the module. We would be grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete the following questionnaire. This form is not active online. It is only offered as an example.

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Questionnaire

Post-questionnaire
  1. Why did you choose this module?

  2. Awareness of Design for All, Inclusive Design, Universal Design, etc.
    • / new concepts
    • / my previous knowledge
    • / important knowledge/skills for use in other modules

  3. Why Design for All? Ethical, legal and commercial considerations
    • / new concepts
    • / my previous knowledge
    • / important knowledge/skills for use in other modules

  4. Recommendations, guidelines, standards, etc., that have a bearing on Design for All
    • / new concepts
    • / my previous knowledge
    • / important knowledge/skills for use in other modules

  5. Interpersonal Skills for Teamwork, experience in communicating the Design for All concept with other members of a team
    • / new concepts
    • / my previous knowledge
    • / important knowledge/skills for use in other modules

  6. Accessible content: knowledge on making content of documents, multimedia and Web sites accessible to all users, e.g., by making alternative forms of media available
    • / new concepts
    • / my previous knowledge
    • / important knowledge/skills for use in other modules

  7. Accessible interaction: knowledge about assistive and adaptive devices that enable alternative input and output, e.g. speech synthesisers, screen reader software, alternative keyboards, etc.
    • / new concepts
    • / my previous knowledge
    • / important knowledge/skills for use in other modules

  8. New paradigms of interaction, that is, new research being conducted in areas such as smart computing applications, smart homes, clothes, cars, etc.
    • / new concepts
    • / my previous knowledge
    • / important knowledge/skills for use in other modules

  9. User centred design, including methods, tools and techniques to capture user requirements and evaluate designs with users
    • / new concepts
    • / my previous knowledge
    • / important knowledge/skills for use in other modules

  10. Application domains and Research where Design for All issues are relevant, e.g., public access to information, health monitoring, technology enhanced learning, etc.
    • / new concepts
    • / my previous knowledge
    • / important knowledge/skills for use in other modules




  11. Overall, do you think you will use this knowledge in the future?