We are working on a practical research project to change the way we learn and employment to be inclusive.
DO-IT Japan is a leadership development project that supports young people with disabilities and illnesses in their transition to higher education and subsequent employment. It is a center for research and practice on inclusive education systems, including collaboration among young people with disabilities and the use of ICT through industry-academia and international cooperation.
AccessReading produces and provides audio materials of authorized textbooks for students and schools with special needs who have difficulties in reading.
IDEA is an action research project to implement in local communities employment systems that are inclusive of diverse populations that have been excluded from employment opportunities.
PHED is a platform project on disability and higher education that the University of Tokyo has been working on since 2017. It forms a platform for collaboration among universities and other institutions as a foundation for an organizational approach that will support support support for students with disabilities in the future.
AEMC is a center that performs two functions: one is as a data management organization that supports the smooth sharing of textbook data between volunteer groups that produce accessible textbooks for students with disabilities, publishers that produce textbooks, and both parties; the other is to conduct research on how to create better textbook data. The center also conducts research on how to improve textbook data.
Takeo KONDO ／ Takeo KONDO Laboratory