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198354437 In memory of John Slatin.  
John Slatin, who passed away in March, was a member of Information Technology and Disabilities' Editorial Board. This issue of ITD is dedicated in his memory.
198354436 Delivering the general curriculum: pre-service teacher perspectives regarding a technological approach for students with moderate and severe disabilities.  
The emphasis on inclusion of children with disabilities has brought about significant changes to how students with disabilities are able to access the general curriculum. Students with moderate to...
198354435 Online accessibility and leadership: a critical view at the American Library Association.  
The author takes a critical view at the leadership of the American Library Association (ALA) and discusses the extent to which its policies and mode of operation promote, or fail to promote, a...
198354434 A regional profile of Assistive Technology Services: assessment of service delivery and suggestions for improving post secondary transition.  
This article describes a study that investigates the adaptation and use of an existing survey (School District Profile of Assistive Technology Services), to perform an assessment of the delivery...
198354433 Accessible it: lessons learned from three universities.  
Technology has the potential to maximize personal productivity, access to information, and collaboration among students, faculty, and staff in postsecondary institutions. However, many websites...
207644355 The accessibility of the community college classroom to students with disabilities.  
Community and technical colleges, especially those located in rural regions, face significant challenges in effectively addressing the educational needs of students with disabilities and in...
207644353 The Kentucky accessible information technology in schools project.  
The Kentucky Accessible Information Technology In Schools (AITIS) Project was developed to provide Kentucky public school systems with the tools and resources necessary to understand and comply...
207644352 Promising practices: accessible information technology in education.  
207644351 Closing the circuit: accessibility from the ground up.  
In its efforts to promote accessibility and universal design in education, the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA) created an online learning object that can be...
207644349 Steps toward making distance learning accessible to students and instructors with disabilities.  
The Internet provides unparalleled opportunities for people around the globe to gain knowledge and learn new skills. However, some people with disabilities cannot fully participate as instructors...
207644347 Applications of electronic technology to rural gifted students who are blind or visually impaired.  
207644346 Universal design for learning: a statewide improvement model for academic success.  
The state of Kentucky has embarked upon a large scale systems change effort to integrate Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles, including use of digital curriculum and computerized...
207705607 Disability and voting--the (as of yet) unfulfilled potential of the ADA and Rehabilitation Act.  
207705606 Using extended and enhanced usability (EEU) to provide access to mainstream electronic voting machines.  
In addressing the voting rights of people with disabilities the approach to date has often been to provide at least one accessible machine per voting place or district. However, work with...
207705605 Accessible democracy and electronic voting in the republic of Ireland.  
Just six weeks before voters went to the polls, the Government of the Republic of Ireland was forced to withdraw its plans for the country's first all-electronic elections, and revert to...
207705604 Disability and voting: an analysis of the implementation of the help America Vote Act of 2002 in Arizona.  
207705603 Accessible voting equipment challenges: voter verified paper ballots and more.  
Landmark federal legislation, the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), was passed on the heels of the voting snafus of the 2000 election with the goal of reforming and improving elections across the...
207705602 A new way to vote: accessible, affordable, available.  
The Florida election fiasco of 2000 has spawned thousands of articles on what is wrong with our voting systems, hundreds of ideas on how to fix the problems, and one radically different voting...
207705601 Assistive interfaces for the visually impaired using force feedback devices and distance transforms.  
Over the last few decades, the natural evolution of user interface models has popularized a standard model that is based almost exclusively on visual metaphors. This process has left visually...
207705600 Software accessibility, usability testing and individuals with disabilities.  
This paper reports on a collaborative project between a university and technology corporation that explored computer software usability and accessibility with older adults and individuals who have...
207705599 HAVA, state initiatives and polling place accessibility in 2004 and beyond.  
207705598 Accessibility and auditability in electronic voting.  
Nearly one-third of American voters--over 50 million people--live in districts that will use electronic voting (e-voting) terminals to elect the next president. In contrast, less than half that...
205567690 Postsecondary students with learning disabilities: barriers to accessing education-based information technology.  
205567689 Dots and doubts: technology and turmoil continue to flourish after Braille's first century and a half.  
205567688 DAISY for all: publishers' collaboration enabling print access.  
Much of the work of creating effective public policy in the technology arena is accomplished with the help of nationally and internationally recognized standards. The Digital Accessible...
205567687 Information technology and disabilities: 10 years and beyond.  
205567686 Catering for the disabled surfer: a case study in web site navigation for disabled students.  
Speech recognition can enable some people to perform daily living tasks without assistance. For others, such as the growing number of professionals afflicted with repetitive stress syndrome,...
205567685 Celebrate EASI? That's easy!  
205567684 Universally designed online assessment: implications for the future.  
The 1997 Amendment to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA-97) mandated that students with disabilities be afforded increased access to the general education curriculum. As an...
205363907 Web-4-all web accessibility through sight, sound and touch.  
205363906 Universal design: is it really about design?  
Universal design (UD) of information technology products [1] is usually portrayed as either an approach to design or a set of recommended and deprecated features. In either case, the focus of...
205363905 Research on web accessibility in higher education.  
Several studies have used the automated tool Bobby in evaluating the accessibility of postsecondary educational institutions' websites to people with disabilities. However, determining many...
205363904 Analyzing recent Americans with disabilities act-based accessible information technology court challenges.  
205363903 Web accessibility in post-secondary education: legal and policy considerations.  
The rapidly increasing use of the web by post-secondary educational institutions in distance-learning programs, on-campus classes, and as a mode of communication to students, faculty, staff and...
205363902 Federal standard for electronic and information technology.  
205363901 Factors influencing adoption of wireless technologies: key policy issues, barriers and opportunities for people with disabilities.  
While wireless communication and other information linked technologies have rapidly achieved widespread levels of adoption, a significant array of stakeholder groups have been effectively...
205363900 Australian experiences with accessibility policies post the Sydney Olympic games.  
Australia enacted its Disability Discrimination Act in 1992, prior to the now ubiquitous World Wide Web. However, the "Maguire v. Sydney Olympic Games Organising Committee" High Court case in...
205363899 What color is that comment: The mechanics of online collaboration from a blind student's perspective.  
205363898 Federal regulation creates economic incentives for competition, innovation among technology companies.  
205363897 The Chafee Amendment: Improving access to information.  
205363896 The importance of accurately measuring the accessibility of the federal electronic government: developing the research agenda.  
205363895 From policy to practice: Achieving equitable access to educational technology.  
205363894 State it accessibility policy: The landscape of today.  
205363893 The state of the law on technology and the blind: What it is and what it ought to be.  
Lack of access to information because of the inability to read print is a persistent problem for blind and visually impaired persons in employment, education, home life, civic and social life. The...
205363892 Show me the money: making currency accessible to people who are blind.  
207644361 A Review of: A Practical Guide to Accommodating People with Visual Impairments in the Workplace.  
207644360 A Review of: Beyond ALT Text: Making the Web Easy to Use for Users with Disabilities.  
207644359 A Review of: Adaptive Technologies for Learning and Work Environments--Second Edition.  
207644358 Website accessibility and the private sector: disability stakeholders cannot tolerate 2% access!  
207644357 Section 508 goes to the library: complying with federal legal standards to produce accessible electronic and information technology in libraries.  

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