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Assistive Technology: A Selective Bibliography

Issued 2014

No. 14-01

Introduction

Assistive technology enables individuals with disabilities to experience increased independence in daily living, fuller participation in employment and education, and broader opportunities in leisure and recreation.

This bibliography cites print and non-print materials published or produced from 2006 to 2013 that present information regarding technologies designed for individuals with disabilities. Resources selected for this bibliography cover subjects including technology for daily living, web accessibility, products used to facilitate universal access, sources of funding to obtain hardware and software, and sources for tutorials for self-instruction.

Contents

General

AbleLink Technologies. “Our Solutions Change Lives.” www.ablelinktech.com/index.php?id=16 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

AbleNet. “Tracker Pro: A Miniaturised and Lightweight Head-Operated Mouse for Easy AAC access.” Spectronics. www.spectronicsinoz.com/product/tracker-pro Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Apple Inc. “Apple Accessibility: We’ve Done Everything to Make Anything Possible.” www.apple.com/accessibility/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Barker, Alex. “How Can Digital Technology Help People with Dyslexia?” Ability Net (blog), March 9, 2013, www.abilitynet.org.uk/blog/how-can-digital-technology-help-people-dyslexia Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Bernardino, Daniel B. Emerging Technology Issues for People with Disabilities. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2011.

Boatman, Mark J. “The Eyes Have It: After Decades of Clumsy, Slow Communication Devices, Eye Gaze Technology Comes of Age.” New Mobility (August 2013): 21–26.

Bradley, Tony. “Apple iPad Helps Businesses Meet Needs of Disabled Employees.” PC World, March 29, 2010. www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/192800/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Breidegard, Bjorn. “The Minimeter: Enabling Communication Technology for People with Severe Brain Injuries.” Technology and Disability, v. 25, 2013: 37–47.

CBS. “Apps for Autism: Communicating on the iPad.” 60 Minutes. October 23, 2011. www.cbsnews.com/8301-18560_162-20124225/apps-for-autism-communicating-on-the-ipad/?tag=contentMain;cbsCarousel Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Global Accessibility News “Researcher Remonstrates Accessible Voting Technology on Capitol Hill.” June 19, 2013.www. globalaccessibilitynews.com/2013/06/19/researcher-demonstrates-accessible-voting-technology-on-capitol-hill/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Groves, Karl. “The 6 Simplest Web Accessibility Tests Anyone Can Do.” www.karlgroves.com/2013/09/05/the-6-simplest-web-accessibility-tests-anyone-can-do/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Heim, Anna. “This Young Scientist Is Using Technology to Help Dyslexics.” The Next Web, July 14, 2013. ht.ly/mYL0y Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

INCAP. “Assistive Technologies: Computer Access.”www.incap-at.de/index.php?article_id=48&clang=1 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Inman, Dean P., Ken Loge, and Aaron Cram. “Learning to Drive a Wheelchair in Virtual Reality.” Journal of Special Education Technology 26, no. 3 (2011): 21–34p.

IntelliTools. “IntelliKeys USB.” www.intellitools.com/intellikeys.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Jaeger, Paul T. Disability and the Internet: Confronting a Digital Divide. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2011. 225p.

Kingett, Robert. “List of Accessible Cell Phones.” Fred’s Head from APH (blog). www.fredshead.info/2012/07/list-of-accessible-cell-phones.html#.UidVn6zqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Laferrier, Justin Z. “Hot Topic: Assistive Technology.” PN: Paraplegia News 64, no. 5 (May 2010): 18–20.

Lahav, Orly, David W. Schloerb, Siddarth Kumar, and others. “A Virtual Map to Support People Who are Blind in Navigation through Real Spaces.” Journal of Special Education Technology 26, no. 4 (2011): 41–57.

Lancioni, Giulio E., Nirbhay N. Singh, Mark F. O’Reilly, and others. “Persons with Multiple Disabilities Use Forehead and Smile Responses to Access or Choose Among Technology-Aided Stimulation Events.” Research in Developmental Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal 34, no. 10 (May 2013): 1749–1757.

Liszewski, Andrew. “An Amazing Stabilized Spoon Lets Parkinson’s Sufferers Feed Themselves.” Gizmodo, August 22, 2013. www.gizmodo.com/an-amazing-stabilized-spoon-lets-parkinsons-sufferers-1182495585 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Marston, Hannah, Scott Greenlay, and Joost van Hoof. “Understanding the Nintendo Wii and Microsoft Kinect Consoles in Long-Term Care Facilities.” Technology and Disability 25, no. 2 (2013): 77–85.

Masterson, Michele. “Enabling the Disabled: Developments in Assistive Technology are Removing Barriers for Many. Speech Technology (September/October 2012): 24–27.

Macomber, Phyl T. “T.H.E. P.A.C.T.: Technology Helps Easy & Practical Adapted Curriculum Teaching.” Closing the Gap Solutions 28, no. 2 (June/July 2009): 21–29.

The National Institute for Rehabilitation Engineering. “Assistive Technology for People with Parkinson (or a Similar) Disease and Impaired Vision.” ABLEDATA, 2006. www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=191907&filename =NIRE%5FPD%5FVision%2Ehtm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Nuance Communications. “Dragon Speech Recognition Software: Stop Typing and Start Doing.” www.nuance.com/dragon/index.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Pereira, Javier. Handbook of Research on Personal Autonomy Technologies and Disability Informatics. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2010. 462p.

Perilli, Viviana, Giulio E. Lancioni, Dominga Laporta, and others. “A Computer-Aided Telephone System to Enable Five Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease to Make Phone Calls Independently.” Research in Developmental Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal 34, no. 6 (June 2013): 1991–1997.

Railey, Kimberly. “Disability Rights Advocates Press for Accessible Technology.” USA Today, July 14, 2013. www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/07/14/disabilities-groups-technology-accessibility/2453235/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Richert, Mark. “Fahrenheit 508: Why Current Federal Tech Access Policy Is in Ashes.” AccessWorld 13, no. 10 (October 2012). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp? DocID=aw131007 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Sadao, Kathleen Curry and Nancy B. Robinson. Assistive Technology for Young Children: Creating Inclusive Learning Environments. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Company, 2010. 288p.

Shih, Ching-Hsiang Source. “Assisting People with Disabilities in Actively Performing Designated Occupational Activities with Battery-Free Wireless Mice to Control Environmental Stimulation.” Research in Developmental Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal 34, no. 6 (May 2013): 1,521–1,527.

Shih, Ching-Hsiang Source. “Assisting People with Disabilities Improves Their Collaborative Pointing Efficiency Through the Use of the Mouse Scroll Wheel.” Research in Developmental Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal 34, no. 1 (January 2013): 1–10.

U.S. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on the Judiciary. Achieving the promises of the Americans with Disabilities Act in the digital age: current issues, challenges, and opportunities; hearing before the Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties of the committee on the Judiciary. 2010.

U.S. Department of Justice. Civil Rights Division. Section 508 Report to the President and Congress: Accessibility of Federal Electronic and Information Technology. Washington: 2012.

Wentz, Brian, Paul T. Jaeger, and Jonathan Lazar. “Retrofitting Accessibility: The Legal Inequality of A-the-Fact Online Access for Persons with Disabilities in the United States.” First Monday v.16 (November 2011). www.firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/3666/3077 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

WiVik. “WiVik On-Screen Keyboard (Virtual Keyboard) Software.” www.wivik.com/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

For Visually Impaired

ABI See. “Low Vision Products.” www.abisee.com/products.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Ackel, W.A. “Segway to Independence.” Braille Monitor 49, no. 10 (November 2006): 818–821. https://nfb.org/Images/nfb/Publications/bm/bm06/bm0610 /bm061012.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Ai Squared. “ZoomText.” www.aisquared.com/zoomtext Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Balofsky, Ahuva. “Bionic Eye May Help the Blind See.” Breaking Israel News, June 6, 2013. www.breakingisraelnews.com/bionic-eye-may-help-the-blind-see/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Bickford, James O. and Ruth A. Falco. “Technology for Early Braille Literacy: Comparison of Traditional Braille Instruction and Instruction with an Electronic Notetaker. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 106, no. 10 (October/November 2012): 679–693.

Burton, Darren. “AFB AccessNote Notetaker App Updated!” AccessWorld 14, no. 7 (July 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140702 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Burton, Dan. Product announcement: “AFB AccessNote Notetaker App Released!” AccessWorld 14, no. 2 (February 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp? DocID=aw140202 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Dancing Dots. “Dancing Dots: Accessible Music Technology for Blind & Low Vision Performers Since 1992.” www.dancingdots.com/main/index.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Duxbury Systems Inc. “Braille Translation Software from Duxbury Systems.” www.duxburysystems.com/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Eisenberg, Anne. “Better Vision, with a Telescope inside the Eye.” New York Times, July 19, 2009. www.nytimes.com/2009/07/19/business/19novel.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Enabling Technologies. “Enabling Technologies: World’s Leading Manufacturing of Braille Embossers.” www.brailler.com/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Fernandez, Bob. “With Talking Guide, TV Becoming More Accessible.” Disability Scoop, August 29, 2013. www.disabilityscoop.com/2013/08/29/with-talking-guide/18609/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Fraser, Toni. Exploring Microsoft Word 2007 with JAWS (WORD 2007). Boston, MA: National Braille Press, 2010.

Freedom Scientific. “PAC Mate Portable Braille Displays.” www.freedomscientific.com/products/fs/pacmate-braille-product-page.asp Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Freedom Scientific. “SARA CE: Scanning and Reading Appliance.” www.freedomscientific.com/products/lv/SARACE-product-page.asp Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Fremino, Jennifer. “Blind Trust Cabs.” The New York Post, April 18, 2012. www.nypost.com/2012/04/18/blind-trust-cabs/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Global Accessibility News. “MIT Scientist Designs Wearable Tactile Displays for People with Vision and Hearing Disabilities,” June 17, 2013. www.globalaccessibilitynews.com/2013/06/17/mit-scientist-designs-wearable-tactile-displays-for-people-with-vision-and-hearing-disabilities/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Graham-Rowe, Duncan. “A Bionic Eye Comes to Market.” MITTechnologyReview, March 7, 2011. www.technologyreview.com/biomedicine/35064/ Link outside of Library of Congress. .

Greenberg, Maya Delgado and Jerry Kuns. “A Free Program for Using and Teaching Accessible Wayfinding Device.” Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 106, no. 10 (October/November 2012): 703–705.

Dresner, Anna and Dean Martineau. Getting Started with the iPhone and iOS 5 for Blind Users. 2nd ed. Boston, MA: National Braille Press, 2012.

HIMS. “Braille Sense Note Takers. www.hims-inc.com/products/braille-sense-notetakers/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Hodges, Bradley. “Good News on the Home Front: An Update on the Accessibility of Appliances.” AccessWorld 10, no. 4 (July 2009). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw100404 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Hodges, Bradley. “Good News from the Big Box Store: Accessibility Features for Laundry and Kitchen Appliances Improve.” AccessWorld 12, no. 1 (January 2011). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw120104 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Holton, Bill. “Four Emerging Vision-Enhancing Technologies: The Implantable Miniature Telescope, the Telescopic Contact Lens, the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis, and the Artificial Silicon Retina.” AccessWorld 14, no. 9 (September 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140902 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

American Foundation for the Blind. “Screen Readers.” http://www.afb.org/ProdBrowseCatResults.asp?CatID=49 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Hong, Sunggye. “An Alternative Option to Dedicated Braille Notetakers for People with Visual Impairments: Universal Access Technology for Better Access.” Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 106, no. 10 (October/November 2012): 650–655.

Dolphin Computer Access Ltd. “Who Is Dolphin?” www.yourdolphin.com/dolphin.asp Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Duffy, Maureen. “The Argus II Retinal Prosthesis (Bionic Eye) Receives Medicare Approval.” Vision AwareBlog. www.visionaware.org/blog.aspx? BlogID=9&BlogEntryID=877 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Jaquiss, Robert. “Advanced Technology for Producing Tactile Materials.” Braille Monitor 55, no. 4 (April 2012). https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm12/bm1204/bm120407.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Jaquiss, Robert and Gary Wunder. “ALT: A Very Helpful Software Package.” Braille Monitor 56, no. 6 (June 2013): 344–346. https:/nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm13/bm1306/bm130606.htm. Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Kendrick, Deborah. “More Than a Line: What the Future Holds for Refreshable Braille.” AccessWorld. 14, no. 2 (February 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp? DocID=aw140205 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed September 11, 2013).

Kendrick, Deborah. “Talking About Accessibility: An Evaluation of the Panasonic KX- TG6591T Cordless Phone.” AccessWorld 14, no. 3 (March 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140306 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Kingett, Robert. “My Constant Search for Accessibility.” Braille Monitor 56, no. 5 (May 2013). https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm13/bm1305/bm130507.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Krantz, Peter. “Fangs–the Screen Reader Emulator.” www.standards-schmandards.com/projects/fangs/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Krauth, Alex. “Braille Technologies for Musicians.” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), November 5, 2012. www.fredshead.info/2012/11/braille-technologies-for-musicians.html#.UidEp6zqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Manduchi, Roberto and James Coughlan. “(Computer) Vision without Sight: Computer Vision Holds the Key for the Blind or Visually Impaired to Explore the Visual World.” Communications of the ACM 55, no. 1 (January 2012): 98–104. www.cacm.acm.org/magazines/2012/1/144819-computer-vision-without-sight/fulltext Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Mason, Amy. “Braille Notetakers—Determining Your Perfect Fit.” Braille Monitor 55, no. 6 (June 2012). https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm12/bm1206/bm120604.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

McCarty, Michael. “WinZoom Screen Magnifier and Reader.” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), August 27, 2012. www.fredshead.info/2009/03/winzoom-screen-magnifier-and-reader.html#.UidNn6zqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

The National Federation of the Blind. “Technology Resource List.” https://nfb.org/technology-resource-list Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

The National Institute for Rehabilitation Engineering. “Cros-Vision Glasses for People Sighted in One Eye: Field-Expanding Cros-Vision Eyeglasses Have Been Helping People Sighted in Just One Eye . . . Since 1968.” AbleData, 2006. www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=191907&filename=NIRE%5FCros%5FVision%5FGlasses%2Ehtm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

NaturalSoft Ltd. “Natural Reader.” www.naturalreaders.com/index.php Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

NV Access. “NV Access: Home of the NVDA Screen Reader.” www.nvaccess.org/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Papadopoulos, Konstantinos, Evangelia Katemidou, Athanasios Koutsoklenis, and Eirini Mouratidou. “Differences among Sighted Individuals and Individuals with Visual Impairments in Word Intelligibility Presented via Synthetic and Natural Speech.” Augmentative and Alternative Communication 26, no. 4 (December 2010): 278–288.

Robinson, Denise M. “The Synchronicity of Braille and Technology.” Braille Monitor 55, no. 7 (July 2012). https://nfb.org//images/nfb/publications/bm/bm12/bm1207/bm120707.htm/ Link outside of Library of Congress..

Stalvey, Marissa Slaughter. “Announcing the Braille Plus 18!” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), November 8, 2012, www.fredshead.info/2012/11/announcing-braille-plus-18.html#.UidB-6zqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Stalvey Marissa Slaughter. “Guidelines for Making PowerPoint Presentations Accessible to People with Low Vision.” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), May 9, 2013, www. fredshead.info/2013/05/guidelines-for-making-powerpoint.html#.Uic0xKzqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Stalvey, Marissa Slaughter. “Large Print Textbooks Now Available on Your E-Reader!”Fred’s Head from APH (blog), April 15, 2013, www.fredshead.info/2013/04/large-print-textbooks-now-available-on.html#.Uic2JazqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Stalvey, Marissa Slaughter. “The Tile App: Never Again Lose Your Stuff.” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), August 8, 2013. www.fredshead.info/2013/08/the-tile-app-never-again-lose-your-stuff.html#.Uicnf6zqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Stalvey, Marissa Slaughter. “VisAssist Apps Developed by Drexel University students.”Fred’s Head from APH (blog), August 1, 2012. www.fredshead.info/2012/08/visassist-apps-developed-by-drexel.html#.UidTqqzqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Summers, Ed. “Quick Reference Guide for Voiceover on iOS.” SAS Institute Inc. (October 23, 2012). http://support.sas.com/misc/accessibility/education/ios/quickref.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Thomas, Patrick. “Keep Track of Your Children with Squeaky Shoes.” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), February 11, 2010. www.fredshead.info/2010/02/keep-track-of-your-children-with.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

View Pulse. “Accessibility Products.” www.viewplus.com/products/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Web Aim. “Designing for Screen Reader Compatibility.” Center for Persons withDisabilities. http://webaim.org/techniques/screenreader/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

WebAim. “Screen Reader User Survey #4 Results.” http://webaim.org/projects/screenreadersurvey4/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

WinZoom. “WinZoom: Computer Screen Magnifier and Reader.” http://getwinzoom.com/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Wong, Meng Ee and Stacey S.K. Tan. “Teaching the Benefits of Smart Phone Technology to Blind Consumers: Exploring the Potential of the iPhone.” Journal of Visual Impairments & Blindness 106, no. 10 (October/November 2012): 646–650.

Wunder, Gary. “Blind Driver: Ultimate Insult or Statement of Fact.” Braille Monitor 54, no. 3 (March 2011). www.nfb.org/images/nfb/Publications/bm/bm11/bm1103/bm110302.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Wunder, Gary: “Section 508 and the Blind: One More Battle in the Fight for Equality in the Workplace.” Braille Monitor 56, no. 5 (May 2013): 241–248. nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm13/bm1305/bm130502.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

In Libraries

Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies. “Assistive Technology: What You Need to Know, Library Accessibility Tip Sheet 11.” www.ala.org/ascla/sites/ala.org.ascla/files/content/asclaprotools/accessibilitytipsheets/tipsheets/11-Assistive_Technol.pdf Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 18, 2013).

Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies. “Library Accessibility— What You Need to Know.” www.ala.org/ascla/asclaprotools/accessibilitytipsheets Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies. “Think Accessible before You Buy: Questions to Ask to Ensure That the Electronic Resources Your Library Plans to Purchase are Accessible.” www.ala.org/ascla/asclaprotools/thinkaccessible/default Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Bills, Michael. “Axis 360: Making Books Accessible at a Library Near You.” Braille Monitor 55, no. 10 (November 2012). https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm12/bm1210/bm121012.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Mates, Barbara T. and William R. Reed. Assistive Technologies in the Library. Chicago: American Library Association, 2011. 206p.

Vincent, Jane. Implementing Cost-Effective Assistive Computer Technology: A How-to-Do-It Manual for Librarians. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2012. 139p.

At School and Work

Beal, Carole R., L. Penny Rosenblum, and Derrick W. Smith. “A Pilot Study of a Self-Voicing Computer Program for Prealgebra Math Problems.” Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 105, no. 3 (March 2011): 157–169. www.afb.org/afbpress/pubjvib.asp?DocID=jvib050310 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Campigotto, Rachelle, Rhonda McEwen, and Carrie Demmans Epp. “Especially Social: Exploring the Use of an iOS Application in Special Needs Classrooms.” Computer and Education 60, no. 1 (2013): 74–86.

Chaudhuri, Saabira. “Braille Comes Unbound from the Book: How Technology Can Stop a Literary Crisis.” Braille Monitor 55, no. 7 (July 2012). https://nfb.org//images/nfb/publications/bm/bm12/bm1207/bm120705.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. .

D’Andrea, Mary. “Preferences and Practices among Students Who Read Braille and Use Assistive Technology.” Journal of Visual Impairments & Blindness 06, no. 10 (October/November 2012): 585–596.

Emerson, Judith and John Bishop. “Videophone Technology and Students with Deaf- Blindness: A Method for Increasing Access to Communication.” Journal of Visual Impairments & Blindness 106, no. 10 (October/November 2012): 622–633.

Fernandez-Lopez, Alvaro, Maria Jose Rodriguez-Fortiz, Maria Luisa Rodriguez- Almendros, and others. “Mobile Learning Technology Based on iOS Devices to Support Students with Special Education Needs.” Computers & Education 61, (February 2013): 17–90.

Flanagan, Sara and Emily C. Bouck. “Middle School Special Education Teachers’ Perceptions and Use of Assistive Technology in Literacy Instruction.” Assistive Technology 25, no. 1 (2013): 24–30.

Freedom Scientific. “Products & Services: WYNN™ Literacy Software Solution.” www.freedomscientific.com/lsg/products/wynn.asp Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Garrett, Jennifer Tumlin, Kathryn Wolff Heller, Linda P. Fowler, and others. “Using Speech Recognition Software to Increase Writing Fluency for Individuals with Physical Disabilities.” Journal of Special Education Technology 26, no. 1 (2011): 25–41.

Green, Julie M., Elizabeth M. Hughes, and Joseph B. Ryan. “The Use of Assistive Technology to Improve Time Management Skills of a Young Adult with an Intellectual Disability.” Journal of Special Education Technology 26, no. 3 (2011): 13–20.

Helps, Dawn H. and Tina S. Herzberg. “The Use of an iPad2 as a Leisure Activity for a Student with Multiple Disabilities.” Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 107, no. 3 (May/June 2013): 232–236.

Henderson, Kirsty, Chris Gibson, and Forbes Gibb. “The Impact of Tablet Computers on Students with Disabilities in a Higher Education Setting.” Technology and Disability v. 25, no. 2 (2013): 61–76.

Humanware. “HumanWare: At School.” www.humanware.com/en-usa/products?category=school Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Humanware. “HumanWare: At Work.” www.humanware.com/en-usa/products?category=work Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Jodhan, Donna J. “How Can Distance Learning Be Made More Accessible?” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), September 14, 2012. www.fredshead.info/2012/09/how-can-distance-learning-be-made-more.html#.UidLaazqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Kelly, Stacy M. and Derrick Smith. “The Impact of Assistive Technology on the Educational Performance of Students with Visual Impairments: A Synthesis of the Research.” Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 105, no. 2 (February 2011): 73–83.

Kelly, Stacy M. “The Use of Assistive Technology by High School Students with Visual Impairments: A Second Look at the Current Problem.” Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 105, no. 4 (April 2011): 235–239.

Kurzweil Educational Systems. “Kurzweil 1000 for Windows Version 13.” www.kurzweiledu.com/kurzweil-1000-v13-windows.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013) .

Kurzweil Educational Systems. “Kurzweil 3000: Firefly.” www.kurzweiledu.com/kurzweil-3000-v13-windows.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Leddy, Mark H. “Technology to Advance High School and Undergraduate Students with Disabilities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.” Journal of Special Education Technology 25, no. 3 (2010): 3–8.

Malaquias, Fernanda F., Rodrigo F. Malaquias, Edgard A. Lamounier, and Alexandre Cardoso. “VirtualMat: A Serious Game to Teach Logical-Mathematical Concepts for Students with Intellectual Disability.” Technology and Disability 25, no. 2 (2013): 107–116.

Maneki, Alfred P. and Alysha Jeans. “LaTeX: What Is It and Why Do We Need It?” Braille Monitor 55, no. 7 (July 2012). https://nfb.org//images/nfb/publications/bm/bm12/bm1207/bm120704.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 19, 2013).

Meyen, Edward L. and Diana L. Greer. “Applying Technology to Enhance STEM Achievement for Students with Disabilities: The Blending Assessment with Instruction Program.” Journal of Special Education Technology 25, no. 3 (2010): 49–63.

National Center for Learning Disabilities. “Accommodations for Students With LD.” LDOnline, (2006). www.ldonline.org/article/Accommodations_for_Students_ with_LD Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

National Federation of the Blind. “The Technology, Education and Accessibility in College and Higher Education Act (TEACH): Inaccessible Technology in the Classroom Creates a Separate-But-Equal Approach to Learning that Discriminates Against Disabled Students. Braille Monitor 56, no. 3 (March 2013). https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm13/bm1303/bm130305.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Office Ergonomics & Assistive Devices. “Special Needs Computers: Office Ergonomics, Assistive Technology.” www.specialneedscomputers.ca/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Robinson, Denise M. “The Synchronicity of Braille and Technology.” Braille Monitor 55, no. 7 (July 2012). https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm12/bm1207/bm120707.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Stalvey, Marissa Slaughter. “Forging New Learning Pathways Using Bookshare.” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), October 18, 2012. www.fredshead.info/2012/10/forging-new-learning-pathways-using.html#.UidIdazqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Thomas, Samantha. “My Assistive Technology Applications.” EdShelf. https://edshelf.com/profile/elvb56i/my-assistive-technology-applications Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Wunder, Gary. “Section 508 and the Blind: One More Battle in the Fight for Equality in the Workplace.” Braille Monitor 56, no. 5 (May 2013). https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm13/bm1305/bm130502.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Zhou, Li, Paul M. Ajuwon, Derrick W. Smith, Nora Griffin-Shirley, Amy T. Parker, and Phoebe Okungu. “Assistive Technology Competencies for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments: A National Study.” Journal of Visual Impairments & Blindness v. 106, no. 10 (October/November 2012): 656–665.

Funding

American Council of the Blind of Indiana. “Hank Hofstetter Opportunity Grants.” www.acb-indiana.org/3/miscellaneous8.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Association of Blind Citizens. “ABC Assistive Technology Fund.” www.blindcitizens.org/assistive_tech.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

“ATIA Funding Resources Guide.” www.atia.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=4219 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Connecticut Institute for the Blind. “Oak Hill Legacy Fund Grants.” www.ciboakhill.org/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Fels, D.I. and S.A. Gedeon. “Understanding Motivations of Entrepreneurs in the Assistive Technology Market.” Technology and Disability 23, no. 2 (2011): 533–564.

Foundation Center. “Grant Space: Knowledge Base.” www.grantspace.org/Tools/Knowledge-Base/Individual-Grantseekers/General/Individuals-with-disabilities Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013) .

Johnson David G. and Stephen W. Lowe. “ABLEDATA Informed Consumer’s Guide to Funding Assistive Technology.” ABLEDATA, 2007. www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=191907&filename=Funding%2Ehtm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

LightHouse. “Frances S. Miller Equipment Scholarship Fund.” www.lighthouse-sf.org/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Lions Clubs International. “Support Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired.” www.lionsclubs.org Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Missouri Council of the Blind. “Missouri Council of the Blind Adaptive Technology Grants.” www.missouricounciloftheblind.org/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut. “The NFBCT-Coccomo Quarterly Grant.” www.nfbct.org/html/coccomo.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Schlachter, Gail A. and R. David Weber. Financial Aid for Persons with Disabilities and Their Families, 2012–2014. El Dorado Hills, CA: Reference Services Press. 510p.

Schlachter, Gail A., and R. David Weber. Grants-In-Aid, in 2012: Funding for Persons with Visual Impairments. El Dorado Hills, CA: Reference Services Press. 333p.

Sentinels of Freedom. “Sentinels of Freedom Scholarships.” www.sentinelsoffreedom.org Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Social Security Administration. “Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits.” www.ssa.gov Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Product Evaluations

Federici, Stefano and Marcia J. Scherer. Assistive Technology Assessment Handbook. Boca Raton, FL: CFC Press, 2012. 484p.

Chong, Curtis. “The New iBill®: Is It Worth the Extra $20?” The Braille Monitor 55, no. 10 (November 2012). https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm12/bm1210/bm121007.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed September 13, 2013).

Desideri, Lorenzo, Uta Roentgen, Evert-Jan Hoogerwerf, and Luc de Witte. “Recommending Assistive Technology (AT) for Children with Multiple Disabilities: A Systematic Review and Qualitative Synthesis of Models and Instruments for AT Professionals.” Technology and Disability 25, no 1 (2013): 3–13.

Duffy, Maureen. “A Review of the Humanware Communicator App by Scott Davert, Helen Keller National Center: Part 1.” Vision Aware (blog), June 24, 2013. www.visionaware.org/blog.aspx?BlogID=9&BlogEntryID=456&mode=print Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Steel, D.M. and M.A. Gray. “Baby Boomers’ Use and Perception of Recommended Assistive Technology: A Systemic Review.” Disability and Rehabilitation Assistive Technology 4, no. 3 (2009): 129–136.

Fleet, Chancey. “What’s Your Type? A Key to Input Methods for VoiceOver Users.”Fred’s Head from APH (blog), February 11, 2013. www.fredshead.info/2013/02/whats-your-type-key-to-input-methods.html#.Uic8FqzqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Gerven, Clara Van. “Talking Digital Magnifiers.” ATBlog. www.nfb.org/blog/atblog/talking-digital-magnifiers Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Holton, Bill. “Cell Phone Accessibility: Reviewing the LG Optimus F3 and the KYOCERA Kona.” AccessWorld 14, no. 11 (November 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw141105 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Holton, Bill. “Grocery Pal: An Accessible Shopping Helper for Your Smartphone or Tablet.” AccessWorld 14, no. 5 (May 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140504 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Ingber, Janet. “CDesk from Adaptive Voice: An Intuitive Accessible-Desktop Program That Makes a PC Easier to Use.” AccessWorld 14, no. 9 (September 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140904 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Ingber, Janet. “Control Your E-mail with Your Voice: A Look at the Upcoming Talkler App from Talkler Labs. AccessWorld 14, no 1 (January 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140103 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Ingber, Janet. “E-Mail for Your Ears: A Review of the Fully Functioning Talkler iOS App.” AccessWorld 14 no. 2 (February 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140208 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Ingber, Janet. “Hold That Document: A Review of the ScanJig Portable Document Scanner.” AccessWorld 14, no. 9 (September 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress /pub.asp?DocID=aw140905 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Ingber, Janet. “Mac, PC, or Both: Choices for Blind and Visually Impaired Computer Users.” AccessWorld 14, no. 3 (March 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress /pub.asp?DocID=aw140307 Link outside of Library of Congress. .

Ingber, Janet. “Odin Mobile: A New Cell Phone Carrier Specifically for People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision.” AccessWorld 14, no. 10 (October 2013) www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw141008 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Ingber, Janet. “What’s on This Page: A Review of the SayText, Prizmo, and TextDetective iOS Reading Apps.” AccessWorld 13 no. 10 (October 2012). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw131006 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Jaquiss, Robert and Gary Wunder. “ALT: A Very Helpful Software Package.” Braille Monitor v. 56 (June 2013). Retrieved Sep. 13, 2013. https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm13/bm1306/bm130606.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. .

Kendrick, Deborah. “An Evaluation of the I.D. Mate Quest Talking Bar Code Scanner from Envision America.” AccessWorld 14, no. 9 (September 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140903 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Kingett, Robert. “JAWS 14 vs. NVDA.” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), October 24, 2012. www.fredshead.info/2012/10/jaws-14-vs-nvda.html#.UidHnKzqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

LeFebvre, Rob. “New App for People with Alzheimer’s Launches Today, Free for a Limited Time.” Cult of Mac. www.cultofmac.com/241291/new-app-for-people-with-alzheimers-launches-today-free-for-limited-time/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Lewis, Larry. “Social Media Access: A Review of the Socializer System Access Mobile Network App from Serotek.” AccessWorld 14, no. 8 (August 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140802 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Linson, Aaron. “Traveling with Books: A Review of the Book Port Plus.” Fred’s Head from APH (blog), December 18, 2012. www.fredshead.info/2012/12/traveling-with-books-review-of-book.html#.UidBmKzqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Ludlow, Barbara L., et.al. “Book and Software Review.” Journal of Special Education Technology 23, no. 1 (2008): 50–52.

Meddaugh, J.J. “A Collection of Accessible Apps for Your Android Device.” AccessWorld 14, no. 3 (March 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID= aw140303 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Meddaugh, J.J. “2012: A Technology Year in Review.” AccessWorld 14, no. 2 (February 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140203 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Newton, Deborah A. “Assistive Technology.” Journal of Special Education Technology, 26, no. 2. (2011): 55–60.

Preece, Aaron. “Apple TV 3rd Generation: Apple Maintains Accessibility Excellence.” AccessWorld 14, no. 2 (February 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp? DocID=aw140206 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Preece, Aaron. “Evaluation of the Go Read App, a Free DAISY and ePUB Reader from Bookshare.” AccessWorld 14, no. 3 (March 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140305 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Preece, Aaron. “An Evaluation of TypeAbility 4, JAWS-Based Typing Tutorial from Yes Accessible.” AccessWorld 14, no 8 (August 2013). www.afb.org/|afbpress/pub.asp?DocID=aw140803 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Rempel John. “An Electronic Magnifier that Gestures toward the Future: A Review of Flick by Sight Enhancement Systems and Issist Assistive Technologies Inc.” AccessWorld 14, no. 2 (February 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp? DocID=aw140207 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Rempel, John. “A Review of the BIG Launcher, the Android App with Seniors in Mind.”AccessWorld 14, no. 11 (November 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp? DocID=aw141104 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Roberts, Jacob and Darren Burton. “A Guide to the Barnes & Noble NOOK App:

Another Accessible Option for Reading Books on Your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.” AccessWorld 14, no. 3 (March 2013). www.afb.org/afbpress/pub.asp? DocID=aw140304 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Stalvey, Marissa Slaughter. “Learning How to Use VoiceOver with VOStarter App.”Fred’s Head from APH (blog), December 19, 2012. www.fredshead.info/2012/12/learning-how-to-use-voiceover-with.html#.Uic-7KzqPPU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

WebAim. “Screen Reader User Survey #4 Results.” http://webaim.org/projects/screenreadersurvey4/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Selected Periodicals

Closing the Gap. Henderson, MN: Closing the Gap. www.closingthegap.com Link outside of Library of Congress. .

Sedgwick Press. The Complete Directory for People with Disabilities. 21st ed. Amenia, New York: Grey House Publishing, 2013.

Technology and Disability. Burke, VA: IOS Press.

Selected Videos and Tutorials

Ability Net. “Accessibility: What Does It All Mean?” YouTube, March 30, 2013. www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfohnZcmt-c&feature=youtu.be Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

APH Staff. “Why Windows 8 and A Brief Look at JAWS and Windows 8.” YouTube, October 31, 2012. www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4JgcQYpsO8 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Apple–Accessibility. “Voiceover for OS X: A Feature That Speaks for Itself.” www.apple.com/accessibility/osx/voiceover/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

BBC. “Trying Out the Eye Controlled TV.” www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-23980616 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

The Charleston Gazette. “AccessNote Opens Out the iPhone for Low Vision and Blind Users.” YouTube, www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYZ5tSMv1fU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Coppin, Mark. “Using iPad Apps in Special Education.” Closing the Gap Solutions, 2012. www.closingthegap.com/solutions/archived-webinars/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 21, 2013).

Coppin, Mark. “Apps for Students with ASD.” Closing the Gap Solutions, 2012. www.closingthegap.com/solutions/archived-webinars/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

CSU Long Beach. “Adaptive Software: Zoomtext, JAWS, Dragon.” YouTube, August 26, 2010. www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YpNrOkW0Mw Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Edison, Tommy. “App that Identifies Objects for Blind People.” YouTube, July 30, 2013. www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeB0BH8rAc8&feature=c4-overview&list=UUld5SlwHrXgAYRE83WJOPCw Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Edison, Tommy. “How a Blind Person Uses a Computer.” YouTube, July 16, 2013. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzffnbBex6c Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

The Family Center on Technology and Disability. “Assistive Technology in Action: Meet Elle.” YouTube, www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8VuA8yVBv8 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013). Link outside of Library of Congress.

The Family Center on Technology and Disability. “Assistive Technology in Action: Meet Jared.” YouTube, April 18, 2013. www.youtube.com/watch? v=bYKUxOdUAao&list=TL701Al5UJWHm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

The Family Center on Technology and Disability. “Isabel Necesita la Tecnología de Asistencia.” YouTube, April 11, 2013. www.youtube.com/watch? v=KqNOVwZPgpk Link outside of Library of Congress. [Spanish] (accessed November 22, 2013).

The Family Center on Technology and Disability. “Isabel Needs Assistive Technology.” YouTube. www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsazogO1E_Q Link outside of Library of Congress. [English] (accessed November 22, 2013).

The Family Center on Technology and Disability. “Assistive Technology in Action: Meet Mason.” YouTube, December 10, 2012. www.youtube.com/watch? v=xMHuWGUEu2m Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

The Family Center on Technology and Disability. “Assistive Technology in Action: Meet Sam.” YouTube, October 9, 2012. www.youtube.com/watch?v=YayaN9vwipU Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Freedom Scientific. MAGic Screen Magnification Software: Now in HD.” YouTube, April 5, 2013. www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj9nLG3F8O0 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Freedom Scientific. “PEARL Reading Solution from Freedom Scientific.” YouTube, July 28, 2011. www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HzdZEK6UFE Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Herlihy, Dan. “Switch Access on the iPad.” Closing The Gap Solutions, 2012. www.closingthegap.com/solutions/archived-webinars/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Humanware. “BrailleNote Apex from Humanware.” YouTube. March 14, 2012. www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DKoATUUnS8 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Pacer Center. “Understanding Assistive Technology: Simply Said.” YouTube, November 12, 2010. www.youtube.com/watch?v=DB9pKkZoJDc Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Robinson, Denise. “Do Homework on iPod and Braille Display with Voiceover.” YouTube, May 18, 2012. www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x9yE08w2ZY Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Texas Governors Committee on People with Disabilities. “Understanding Assistive Technology.” YouTube, August 10, 2012. www.youtube.com/watch? v=43RnHgcCOGA Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

University of Washington. “DO-IT: Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology.” www.washington.edu/doit/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Selected Internet Resources

AbleNet. “Assistive Technology: The Global Leader in Easy-Tech, Easy-Value Solutions for Persons with Disabilities.” ablenetinc.com/Assistive-Technology Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Able Data. “Polling Place Accessibility.” www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm? pageid=19327&top=206965&deep=2&trail=22,10445&ksectionid=19327 Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

American Foundation for the Blind. “AFB Directory of Services for Blind and Visually Impaired Persons in the United States and Canada.” www.afb.org/directory.aspx?action=browse Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs. About Atap. http://ataporg.org/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

California State University Northridge. “Checkpoints for Accessibility.” www.csun.edu/accessibility/checkpoints.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Enable Mart. “Assistive Technology” www.enablemart.com/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

GW Micro. “Window-Eyes.” www.gwmicro.com/Window-Eyes/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

HARPO. “About Mountbatten Brailler.” www.mountbattenbrailler.com/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Humanware. “Humanware: See Things Differently.” www.humanware.com/en-usa/home Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Kurzweil Educational Systems. “Kurzweil 1000 for Windows version 13.” www.kurzweiledu.com/kurzweil-1000-v13-windows.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Kurzweil Educational Systems. “Kurzweil 3000: Firefly.” www.kurzweiledu.com/kurzweil-3000-v13-windows.html Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Microsoft. “Microsoft Accessibility.” www.microsoft.com/enable/default.aspx Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Microsoft. “Accessibility Tutorials for Microsoft Products.” www.microsoft.com/enable/training/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

NV Access. “NV Access: Home of the NVDA Screen Reader.” www.nvaccess.org/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Schmetzke, Axel. “Web Accessibility Survey Site.” University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, April 9, 2013. http://library.uwsp.edu/aschmetz/Accessible/websurveys.htm Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

On Screen Keyboards. www.abilitynet.wikifoundry.com/page/On+Screen+keyboards Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Serotek. “Accessibility Anywhere.” www.serotek.com/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Spoken Web.www.spoken-web.com/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Tobii–AAC–Assistive Technology and AAC Devices. www.tobii.com/en/assistive-technology/global/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

U.S. General Services Administration. “Section 508.” www.section508.gov/ (accessed November 22, 2013).

VIP Software Guides. “VIP Software Guides: For Users of Jaws or Screen Magnifiers.” www.vip.chowo.co.uk/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

World Wide Web Consortium. “Accessibility–W3C.” www.w3.org/standards/webdesign/accessibility Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

World Wide Web Consortium. “How to Meet WCAG 2.0: A Customizable Quick Reference to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Requirements (Success Criteria) and Techniques.” www.w3.org/WAI/WCAG20/quickref/ Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Web Aim. “WebAIM Dyslexia Simulation.” http://webaim.org/simulations/dyslexia Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

WebAIM: “WebAIM Section 508 Checklist.” http://webaim.org/standards/508/checklist Link outside of Library of Congress. (accessed November 22, 2013).

Prepared by
Christopher Corrigan
November 2013


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