Katerina Mavrou is Assistant Professor in Inclusive Education and Assistive Technology at the European University Cyprus. She is currently the coordinator of the MA in Educational Sciences: Inclusive Education. She teaches Inclusive Education Policy & Practice and Assistive Technology, postgraduate and doctorate courses. Her areas of interest and publications are in the use Information and Communication Technology and Assistive Technology (ICT-AT) in inclusive education, learning and everyday life of children with disabilities, universal design for learning and the involvement of end-users and families in decision making and development for the use of ICT-AT. She has worked in research projects involving educators, parents, adults and children with disabilities.
Recent work includes a project on ICT-AT competencies development for bridging the digital divide for people with disabilities, a study on the constructions of disability in online settings, and a study on disability and universal design for learning in national curricula. She is also a member of the board of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE) and an active member of the Global Cooperation on Assistive Technology (GATE) initiative of WHO.
Her research record includes an edited volume, journal articles, book chapters in edited volumes, and presentations in international conferences.