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Scholarly Works

Stephanie Ludi
Associate Professor

2011 Submissions

Journal Paper

Ludi, Stephanie and Tom Reichlmayr. "The Use of Robotics to Promote Computing to Pre-College Students with Visual Impairments." Transactions on Computing Education 11. 3 (2011): 10-30. Print. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Ludi, Stephanie, et al. "Access Lecture: A Mobile Application Providing Visual Access to Classroom Material." Proceedings of the ASSETS '11 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility. October 24-26, 2011, Dundee, Scotland. Ed. Kathleen McCoy and Yeliz Yesilada. NY: ACM, Print. *

Ludi, Stephanie. "The Benefits and Challenges of Using Educational Game Projects in an Undergraduate Software Engineering Course." Proceedings of the Games and Software Engineering Workshop, as part of the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), Honolulu, HI. May 22, 2011. Ed. Jim Whitehead, Chris Lewis. New York: ACM, Print. * £

Ludi, Stephanie, et al. "The Architectural Challenges of Adding Accessibility Features to ALICE as a Case Study of Maintenance in Educational Software." Proceedings of the Games and Software Engineering Workshop, as part of the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), Honolulu, HI. May 22, 2011. Ed. Jim Whitehead and Chris Lewis. New York: ACM, Print. *

2012 Submissions

Published Conference Proceedings

Ludi, Stephanie, et al. "Designing a Multi-touch, Tablet-based Interface to Promote Lecture Navigation by Visually Impaired Students." Proceedings of the Workshop on Mobile Accessibility. San Francisco, California: n.p., 2012. Print. £

Ludi, Stephanie, et al. "Requirements Gathering for Assistive Technology that Includes Low Vision and Sighted Users." Proceedings of the Workshop on Usability and Accessibility focused Requirements Engineering, as part of the International Conference on Software Engineering; May, 2012 Zurich, Switzerland. Ed. Tiziana Catarci. New York, NY: ACM, Print. *

Book Chapter

Ludi, Stephanie. "Educational Robotics and Broadening Participation in STEM for Underrepresented Student Groups." Robots in K-12 Education: A New Technology for Learning. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2012. 343-361. Print. *