Computing-Related Articles and other Items
- Computer Accessiblity Guidelines--drafted
in response to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act as amended in
for the Disabled -- BYTE Magazine, June 1993, #144
- Computer recycling programs -- from the Center for Assistive Technology, University at Buffalo
Resource List--October 1995
PC V4.1 Release
Computing and the Law: What You Should Know
Fulfilling Dreams Via Computer
and Software Aspects of a Speech Synthesizer Developed for Persons
with Disabilities -- Tony Vitale, Assistive Technology Group,
Digital Equipment Corporation. From 1993 Journal of the American
Voice Input/Output Society.
for Blind Clients--Mike Thompson, New Mexico State University.
- Look Who's Typing Now - fact sheet about voice recognition devices.
- Liberation Technology: Equal
Access Via Computer Communication -- Published in _EDU_ Spring
1991. By Norman Coombs, Rochester Institute of Technology
Software More Accessible for People with Disabilities -- prepared
by Gregg Vanderheiden and the Information Technology Foundation
the GUI Talk--Rcih Schwerdtfeger, IBM Special Needs. Appeared
in the December 1991 issue of BYTE.
Information Resources for Accessibility - prepared by the Clearinghouse
on Computer Accommodations
Corporate Policy on Accessibility--August 1995
Doors for the Disabled--Joseph J. Lazzaro, from August 1990 BYTE
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO WORK FOR PERSONS WITH A DISABILITY --
by Beverly Biderman. Published in the Summer 1993 issue of CAUSE/EFFECT
Screen Review Programs--July 1995. National Federation of the
in the Information Age -- Norman Coombs, Ph.D. Rochester Institute
of Technology. Published in _EDUCOM REVIEW_ March/April 1992
and Systems For Instructional Delivery - -Frank Bowe, Ph.D.Hofstra
University. Presented at the National Symposium on Educational Applications
of Technology for Persons with Sensory Disabilities, July 21, 1994
Telecommunications, Education and the Handicapped -- Norman Coombs
Ph.D., Rochester Institute of Technology. Paper delivered in Zurich,
Switzerland, Dec. 1990, International Conference on Computers for
the pHysically Handicapped.
- The Graphical User Interface--July
1995, National Federation of the Blind
WHIZ BANG TECHNOLOGY FOR THE DISABLED -- Hope C. Mcpherson. From
the premier issue of Computer Wave.