This paper chronicles the Wireless RERC’s user research efforts from 2001-2011 and offers lessons learned through these efforts. The authors hope that this model will be of value to other research organizations for including people with disabilities in development of technologies that are truly assistive and supportive.
Model Techniques for Consumer-Driven Research, Proceedings of the Festival of International Conferences on Caregiving, Disability, Aging, and Technology
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