Andrea‘s work focuses on Accessibility in the areas of Online Communication and of Educational Content Design, with a specific interest in the sustainability of the application of Universal Design frameworks in educational contexts. He has been involved in the OLPC/CEIBAL project in Uruguay, where he conducted his doctoral research on the topic of computer-mediated social inclusion for children with disabilities.
While teaching courses about Inclusive Education and Educational Technology, he is currently focused on enhancing the accessibility of web environments and of electronic publishing, also through the development of open source software solutions that facilitate the implementation of accessibility features into new or existing web applications.
He is presently involved in a H2020-funded research project called ISOTIS, about Multilingualism, Multiculturalism and Inclusion. After winning an Innovation Grant, in 2016 dr. Mangiatordi also founded a tech startup to facilitate the transfer of his research results on a larger scale.