Inclusion Research

  Woman with eye tracker working on a technical component © Mario Irrmischer

At RWTH Aachen University, both theoretical and applied research projects on inclusion topics are realized across faculty boundaries.


Current projects with RWTH participation:

DeafTour Test for measuring the planning competencies of deaf people in German Sign Language (DGS).

TEBEK Development of a sign and written language oriented test system for the assessment of occupationally relevant competencies of deaf and hard of hearing people.

SIGN-HUB Preserving, researching and promoting the linguistic, historical and cultural heritage of the European sign language community through an integral resource.

SignersMask Development of a digital mask for anonymous participation of deaf people in discussions and comments on the Internet.

BodySigns Collection of haptic signs performed on the body (body signs) used by deafblind people, their relatives and assistants in German-speaking countries.

SignCreative SignCreative is a play and learning platform for designing disciplines. Elements of Sign-Language can be learned playfully as visual manual body language. The alignment of imagination, perception, reality and virtuality is to be promoted in a changing knowledge society.

FREEMI Scientific monitoring and evaluation of the pilot project "Case management for return to working life in case of EM pension with interval rehabilitation".

Evaluation ICF-Screening Evaluation of an ICF-based screening for the recording of integration-relevant functional limitations in people with mental impairments at the BTZ Dortmund and BTZ Rhein-Ruhr

Entwicklung-LTA Development and evaluation of a manual for identification and counseling of patients in medical rehabilitation with LTA needs

Kompetenzzentrums Selbstbestimmt Leben für Menschen mit Sinnesbehinderungen ( KSL-MSi-NRW ) Competence center for people with sensory disabilities with the aim of raising social awareness for people with a hearing impairment, visual impairment or with deafblindness.



Video Recommendation

Recording of the seminar "School and Inclusion" of the SignGes