A Study on the Design and Evaluation of an Adaptive Web Browser for Students with Reading Difficulties
"The Adaptive Web Browser (AWB) in our design, integrating the technologies of HTML interpreter, text-to-speech engine and picture communication symbols (PCS), facilitates comprehending the contents on web pages with auxiliary speaking sound or picture produced automatically as needed."
The use of the Personal Home Page by adults with Down's syndrome as a tool for managing identity and friendship
"This paper explores the extent to which people with Down's syndrome are using Personal Home Pages to make and maintain friendships and, thus, say something about the self-image they wish to portray."
Making the computer accessible to mentally retarded adults
"In this article, we describe our empirical investigation of computer use among moderately developmentally disabled individuals. We investigated the input devices preferred, and the user interaction design issues to be considered when designing or selecting applications for this population. "
Accessible Web Applications and the Implications of Technology in the Years Ahead
Describes "... a software product for helping website publishers create accessible sites, and a web accessibility certification program ...". "... Also addresses accessibility issues for people with ..." "... cognitive disorders ...".
Inclusion Of Cognitive Disabilities in the Web Accessibility Movement
"This paper explores the attitude and accomplishments towards including Cognitive Disabilities within the Web Accessibility movement. It then suggests practical steps that could be taken to increase the usefulness of Web Accessibility for the Cognitively Disabled."
Cognitive Web Accessibility: Research 2002
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