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  • Authors: Shanna Russ; Foad Hamidi;

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, many elementary, middle, and high schools made an emergency transition to online learning. Students have faced numerous access issues during this time, but little is known about how well students with disabilities can access online course content. Many teachers are unfamiliar with adapting, developing, and creating accessible online course content and there is scant research on younger students' experiences with accessible online course content and platforms. Previous research, however, provides insights on how to identify and address challenges that students with disabilities face when accessing online learning in institutions of higher education. In this paper, we review and analyze 14 papers published in the past 11 years on e-learning accessibility to translate insights into actionable recommendations to improve the accessibility of platforms at the time of the COVID-19 crisis, as well as future pandemics. Based on the reviewed research, we present several recommendations including building organizational cultures of accessibility with support for educators as accessible content creators and increased awareness of the many types of disabilities that may affect students and how accessible content can prevent increasing opportunity gaps. Although emergency online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic will likely and hopefully end in the near future, the lessons learned should continue to inform future improvements in accessible education for all learners.

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    Authors: Guti��rrez, Bernal Jim��nez; Zeng, Juncheng; Zhang, Dongdong; Zhang, Ping; +1 Authors

    The global pandemic has made it more important than ever to quickly and accurately retrieve relevant scientific literature for effective consumption by researchers in a wide range of fields. We provide an analysis of several multi-label document classification models on the LitCovid dataset, a growing collection of 23,000 research papers regarding the novel 2019 coronavirus. We find that pre-trained language models fine-tuned on this dataset outperform all other baselines and that BioBERT surpasses the others by a small margin with micro-F1 and accuracy scores of around 86% and 75% respectively on the test set. We evaluate the data efficiency and generalizability of these models as essential features of any system prepared to deal with an urgent situation like the current health crisis. Finally, we explore 50 errors made by the best performing models on LitCovid documents and find that they often (1) correlate certain labels too closely together and (2) fail to focus on discriminative sections of the articles; both of which are important issues to address in future work. Both data and code are available on GitHub. 8 pages, 9 figures

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    Authors: Jose A. Antonino-Daviu; Larisa Dunai;

    Electric motors condition monitoring courses, due to their eminently practical nature, have been seriously affected by the irruption of the COVID-19 pandemic. Classical laboratory sessions, face-to-face demonstrations and seminars and student visits to real industrial facilities have had to be replaced by other learning mechanisms adapted to the new context of virtual teaching. Instructors of these courses have been forced to devise, often in a very short time, suitable strategies to replace the aforementioned presential mechanisms, by substituting them by solutions adapted to the virtual learning that, on the one hand, guarantee the acquisition of the necessary competencies and skills, and, on the other hand, maintain the student interest and motivation. This paper explains the strategies adopted in the context of two courses related to electric motors condition monitoring that are taught at the authors’ University. The described strategies have not only shown satisfactory results to transmit the regulated contents but also open new perspectives to enhance the future teaching in those courses. The ideas presented here may be useful for other instructors teaching similar courses or other subjects related to the considered area.

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    Authors: Yousef Amer; Linh Thi Truc Doan; Wike Agustin Prima Dania; Tham Thi Tran;

    The development of various medications, vaccines and surgical methods in healthcare has been significantly contributing to longer life expectancy. However, there are still various challenges that need to be addressed in the healthcare system. One of the biggest challenges in streamlining processes is that medical staff are required to do various repetitive tasks manually. This study aims to examine how automation and robotics can be utilized to improve the efficiency of healthcare/biomedical services. The high-end collaborative robot, the “YuMi” robot is proposed to modify and streamline biomedical lab operations to work side-by-side with biomedical lab technicians to assist various repetitive and routine tasks. Four potential frameworks (i.e., aged care, sorting and dispensing medicines, assisting at surgical operations and sample collection) are developed to identify potential applications of the Yumi robot. With the Covid-19 pandemic situation, there is an immediate need for safe sample collections and patient interaction to mitigate the outbreak of the virus. In this study, a framework for the sample collection and testing of Covid-19 is also proposed to minimize the risks of medical staff and local transmissions. Samples testing of suspected patients, travellers, and those in close contact with Covid-19 patients will proceed without direct interactions with healthcare workers, eventually, minimizing exposure and spread of this communicable disease. Refereed/Peer-reviewed

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    Authors: Salvatore Calderaro; Giosuè Lo Bosco; Riccardo Rizzo; Filippo Vella;

    This work proposes an interpretable classifier for automatic Covid-19 classification using chest X-ray images. It is based on a deep learning model, in particular, a triplet network, devoted to finding an effective image embedding. Such embedding is a non-linear projection of the images into a space of reduced dimension, where homogeneity and separation of the classes measured by a predefined metric are improved. A K- Nearest Neighbor classifier is the interpretable model used for the final classification. Results on public datasets show that the proposed methodology can reach comparable results with state of the art in terms of accuracy, with the advantage of providing interpretability to the classification, a characteristic which can be very useful in the medical domain, e.g. in a decision support system.

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  • Authors: Shanna Russ; Foad Hamidi;

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, many elementary, middle, and high schools made an emergency transition to online learning. Students have faced numerous access issues during this time, but little is known about how well students with disabilities can access online course content. Many teachers are unfamiliar with adapting, developing, and creating accessible online course content and there is scant research on younger students' experiences with accessible online course content and platforms. Previous research, however, provides insights on how to identify and address challenges that students with disabilities face when accessing online learning in institutions of higher education. In this paper, we review and analyze 14 papers published in the past 11 years on e-learning accessibility to translate insights into actionable recommendations to improve the accessibility of platforms at the time of the COVID-19 crisis, as well as future pandemics. Based on the reviewed research, we present several recommendations including building organizational cultures of accessibility with support for educators as accessible content creators and increased awareness of the many types of disabilities that may affect students and how accessible content can prevent increasing opportunity gaps. Although emergency online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic will likely and hopefully end in the near future, the lessons learned should continue to inform future improvements in accessible education for all learners.

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    Authors: Guti��rrez, Bernal Jim��nez; Zeng, Juncheng; Zhang, Dongdong; Zhang, Ping; +1 Authors

    The global pandemic has made it more important than ever to quickly and accurately retrieve relevant scientific literature for effective consumption by researchers in a wide range of fields. We provide an analysis of several multi-label document classification models on the LitCovid dataset, a growing collection of 23,000 research papers regarding the novel 2019 coronavirus. We find that pre-trained language models fine-tuned on this dataset outperform all other baselines and that BioBERT surpasses the others by a small margin with micro-F1 and accuracy scores of around 86% and 75% respectively on the test set. We evaluate the data efficiency and generalizability of these models as essential features of any system prepared to deal with an urgent situation like the current health crisis. Finally, we explore 50 errors made by the best performing models on LitCovid documents and find that they often (1) correlate certain labels too closely together and (2) fail to focus on discriminative sections of the articles; both of which are important issues to address in future work. Both data and code are available on GitHub. 8 pages, 9 figures

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