Cognitive Web Accessibility: Research 2001

Published in 2001, these resources are original studies, literature reviews and related articles that cite references.

  • Enhancing Internet Activities and Reading Skills of People with Developmental Disability
    "Assessment of Phonological Awareness and Reading (APAR)", "Accessible Word Reading Intervention (AWRI)". "Project Report - Executive Summary" is unavailable. Monash University
  • Life Online: Resources for Students with an Intellectual Disability
    "Two Australian agencies planned, developed, piloted, and evaluated an online resource for teaching independent living skills to adult students with a mild intellectual disability using technology and the Internet." "... simple format that included graphic presentations ..." "'Characters' provided photographic modeling and narration."
  • ICT for adults with learning disabilities: An organisation-wide audit
    "Recent technological advances, such as the modern and powerful personal computers with multimedia capability and the Internet, have, however, not yet been widely adopted in day and residential services." Survey "Results show that there had been a limited provision of computers within the organisation and that staffing and support for the introduction of new ICT were not fully in place."
  • WebAIM: Cognitive Disabilities
    "Functional vs. Clinical Cognitive Disabilities", "Design Considerations", "Cognitive Disabilities Activity"
  • Designing for users with Cognitive Disabilities
    "The goal of this paper is to serve as a guideline for web-designers to understand and anticipate what problems people with cognitive and language impairment face when dealing with information, and how to successfully compensate for those problems on the World Wide Web."

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