Acessibilidade na produção e difusão digital do conhecimento científico: análise e proposições de boas práticas
Andrade-e-Silva, Inaê de
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The referent study has how to explore and analyze the TCCs produced by CLEEsp/UFSCar, aiming at the aspects of informational and communicational accessibility, in the digital dimension. Specifically, the study aimed at a) Gathering and systematizing the work information; b) Analyze and discuss what has been produced by graduates in Special Education at UFSCar, since the implementation of the course; c) Identify the presence or absence of elements inherent to digital accessibility; d) Develop, based on the main information identified, discussed and analyzed, an online TCC portal for the dissemination and democratization of knowledge from the perspective of accessibility. Its preparation is justified by the fact that, until the beginning of the research, there was not a platform that would make available an accessible collection of the TCCs produced during the aforementioned graduation. Added to this is the extreme importance of disseminating scientific knowledge, given its socio-academic impact on the lives of future graduates of the course in question, as they will have a computerized database available for academic use, in addition to an analysis of the which was produced over the course of 10 years. In order to achieve these objectives, the work was organized into two studies, one focusing on the analysis of the TCCs, the other focused on the development of the “TCC portal”. For this, methodological procedures of a documental and case study were used. It can be noted that the works do not have an institutional standardization, but they address different themes within Special Education. Furthermore, through the development of the Portal it was possible to address issues about digital accessibility. Thus, it is highlighted that the research aimed at the democratization of knowledge produced over the ten years of the course, intending to facilitate access to it, ultimately contributing to the academic training of its future undergraduates.
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