Thisresourcesreview spotlights a variety of DIY (do-it yourself) innovative media projects. Examples of these projects include: a podcast series on adaptive technologies, building mobile applications that allow participants to publish images, text and sound recordings, an interactive map that documents disability discrimination in the certain cities and the DIY creation of accessible arcade tables.
The social production of disability is seen in barriers created by society to restrict access to certain places or even certain cultural forms. The internet offers a space to share media productions and social media initiatives that use digital media to intervene, creatively, in theableistassumptions embedded in life both on- and offline.
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"Resources Review: Adaptive (podcast), Montreal*in/accessible (mobile app), Accessible Arcade Tables (DIY project),"
Journal of Media Literacy Education,
9(2), 122 -131.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/jmle/vol9/iss2/10