The phase 1 on this research project has been funded thanks to a NPRP award [NPRP 6 – 1046 – 2 – 427] from the Qatar National Research Fund (a member of The Qatar Foundation) and aims to provide a freely available set of symbols for use by anyone supporting communication and literacy needs in Arabic. Grateful thanks go to all those who have supported the project in particular AAC users, teachers, therapists, carers and parents who have participated in the development of these symbols. The team would also like to thank the ARASAAC team for their willingness to collaborate with this project.
The Tawasol Symbols are free to use or distribute and can be incorporated and integrated into both free and commercial products. You may charge for your software, training or support but cannot make an additional charge for the use of the Tawasol library, either within your pricing or as an additional download. We simply ask that you note the source of the symbols and the license under which they are provided.
Tawasol Symbols are available under a CC BY-SA 4.0 licence
Tawasol by Mada, HMC and University of Southampton is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Where it has been felt that there is no need to generate new symbols for certain concepts, links have been provided to the ARASAAC symbol set available thanks to collaboration with Centro Aragonés de Recursos para la Educación Inclusiva (CAREI)
- Pictograms’ author: Sergio Palao Origin: ARASAAC (http://arasaac.org/) Licenses: CC (BY-NC-SA)
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