Information Technology and Disabilities

Information Technology and Disabilities is a journal covering issues related to the development of new technologies by computer users with disabilities. Founded in 1994, Information Technology and Disabilities is published quarterly by Equal Access to Software and Information. Steve Noble and Tom McNulty are the Editors.

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 1, January

A Brief Historical Overview of Tactile and Auditory Aids for Visually Impaired Mathematics Educators and Students
"I have been totally blind since birth and have studied algebra, geometry and calculus. I found geometry especially difficult because I lacked the understanding of many spatial concepts... I found I had difficulty understanding concepts such as how...
Department: Online Information and Networking
RFB&D NEWS Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic's online catalog was moved in December to a new Internet host site, making the old r2d2 address inoperative. The new address is wais.jvnc.net 4445. Be sure to include the port number 4445 in your...
Ease of Use and Maintenance: A Note on Software Design
Increasingly powerful hardware has prompted commercial software developers to concentrate not on highly efficient code but instead on usability. With much modern software sharing the same look and feel, a commercial edge can only be gained by increased...
National Library Service (NLS) Information on the Internet
The Library of Congress provides access to information about its resources and services over the Internet. The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) is represented with its Union Catalog and with other NLS publications....
New CSUF Braille Transcription Center Promotes Access to Postsecondary Instructional Materials for the California State University System
College students with print impairments face a double challenge in pursuing a quality education. First, they must obtain instructional text materials in alternative formats, ranging from large print and audio tape to Braille and electronic text. This...
Research Note: The Braille 'N Speak as a Laboratory Tool for Blind Students
Many instruments used today in educational science laboratories provide data in digital format. Frequently these instruments have an RS-232 serial port which allows digitized data to be easily transferred to a computer in ASCII format for automatic...
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