The resident of the Tyumen Technopark presented in Germany its unique e-textbook for blind children
The International Scientific Congress “Diversity and Democracy: Search for Identity in the Period of Uncertainty” was held in the University of Hildesheim Foundation (Lower Saxony).
More than 100 participants from 40 organizations of 12 countries of the world took part in the Congress: Austria, Belarus, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Switzerland and Estonia.
During the event the electronic textbook SIOLL for blind people designed by the resident of the Tyumen Technopark, the winner of the UMNIK program Aydar Farkhutdinov (Siberian Innovations) held by the Innovation Promotion Fund was presented to the participants of the Congress.
For several days of Forum the unique SIOLL e-textbook was tested by the students of Boarding School for the Blind & Visually Impaired (Hanover). The uniqueness of this e-textbook is that it consists of two “Teacher” and “Student” modules and enables to acquire reading and writing skills, to send texts and audio messages, to use it as an e-book reader, to save the text and check the tasks remotely.