The Learner instances are created from the examples in
Learner 1: Ms. Martinez. The properties and classes of the ACCESSIBLE ontology start with the term GenericOntology. For example, we use the property ”User has Disability” from the ACCESSIBLE ontology to deﬁne the user’s disability. This property has a well-deﬁned list of disabilities with respect to the ICF standard classiﬁcation, as mentioned before. When this property is deﬁned, other properties can be concluded from the ACCESSIBLE ontology, such as the devices that can be used by this type of disability, and the limitations resulting from this disability. The remaining properties are deﬁned for IMS purposes; some of these properties require input by the user, while others can be concluded and recommended from the context or ACCESSIBLE ontology. For example, the hasReqAccessMode of this persona requires textual representations for resources that are of auditory type.