Dyslexics think differently
It’s time to change in perception and act in network
Outside the box
A Network of European Sustainable Universities act to enhance the strengths of dyslexics
Virtual Reality, Psychology, and Artificial Intelligence
An innovative and interdisciplinary approach to support dyslexic students

CONSORTIUM

Vrailexia Consortium consists of 7 Universities, 2 Vet providers and 1 Private Company.

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KEY FEATURES

VRAILEXIA general objective is based on the motto “Dyslexic think differently: it’s time to change in perception and act in network”.

Through this objective, VRAILEXIA aims at developing useful contents, both services and tools, to overlap dyslexics’ main difficulties during learning process in HE.

The perspective is to let that Universities can develop inclusion strategies to foster all students to discover and point on one’s strengths and values. Therefore, it is clear how the potentiality of the project has to be carried out, according to a transnational approach in order to obtain common and shared services and tools.

Among these services and tools, VRAILEXIA will lead to the realization of:

Digital platform to support dyslexic students based on AI

Digital platform to support dyslexic students based on AI

VR tests for dyslexia profile assessment and platform use effects on physiological aspects

VR tests for dyslexia profile assessment and platform use effects on physiological aspects

Online tools repository for teaching and learning

Online tools repository for teaching and learning

Two training paths, one for students to enhance creativity and entrepreneurial mindsets, and one for trainers to increase the dyslexia awareness

Two training paths, one for students to enhance creativity and entrepreneurial mindsets, and one for trainers to increase the dyslexia awareness

Memorandum of understanding (MoU) to cluster the actors/stakeholders to assess a European Network and foster common strategies of inclusion within HE

Memorandum of understanding (MoU) to cluster the actors/stakeholders to assess a European Network and foster common strategies of inclusion within HE

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THE AVARAGE OF DYSLEXIC STUDENTS
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PEOPLE AFFECTED BY DYSLEXIA