Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities-database search page
The Cognitive Technology Database is designed to provide a comprehensive, searchable bibliography of journal articles and recent conference proceedings summarizing research on cognitive technologies for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). The database is structured to allow visitors to identify research articles relevant to their specific needs and is intended to help generate bibliographies for researchers and students, support providers and other professionals, families, and consumers with disabilities about existing and emerging technologies for persons with I/DD. Policymakers and I/DD agency officials may also find this bibliography a helpful resource in their efforts to provide and finance cognitive technology devices and services. Please note that this database does not provide the full content of the research article. It does, however, provide sufficient information for the user to find the full article online, from a library, or from another source.
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Cognitive Technology Literature Database, Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities
"... designed to provide a comprehensive, searchable bibliography of journal articles summarizing research on cognitive technologies for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD)." University of Colorado
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Cognitive Web Accessibility: Sources Of Research Articles
The following are 17 sources of research articles related to cognitive Web accessibility. Search terms used with them include: cognitive disabilities; cognitive; intellectual disabililties; developmental disabilities; mental retardation; learning difficulties; learning disabilities; Dyslexia; Dyscalculia; traumatic brain injury; TBI; Autism; Asperger's; Alzheimer's; Bipolar; Depression; or Schizophrenia paired with Web accessibility; Web; Internet; or e-mail.
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