Katerina Mavrou is an Assistant Professor in Inclusive Education and Assistive Technology at the European University Cyprus. Her background is in special/inclusive education in primary schools in Cyprus (teacher and assistive technology coordinator). Her research interests include (assistive) technology and inclusive education in all aspects of user-centred evaluation, implementation and professionals’ collaboration, as well as policy and education for inclusion and ICT-AT. Her research record includes European commission reports, referred journal publications, book chapters in edited volumes, an edited book volume and presentations in international conferences. She has been involved in local and international collaborative projects and networks (eg ANED, ENTELIS, EASTIN), and professional and academic Associations (eg ISAAC), and a board member of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE). She is also a member of the Chief Editorial Committee of the Journal Technology and Disability and a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Assistive (Enabling) Technologies and the Journal Intervention in School and Clinic.
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