Wireless RERC @ the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference

The 35th CSUN Assistive Technology Conference (CSUN 2020) convenes March 9 through 13, 2020, in Anaheim, California and Wireless RERC researchers Paul Baker, Salimah LaForce, Nathan Moon, and Bruce Walker will be leading several sessions. 

Come see us on Thursday, March 12, 2020:

8:00 AM PST - Survey of User Needs for Wireless Devices: Key Findings

We present survey findings on wireless device use by consumers with disabilities, including screen readers, screen magnifiers, real-time text, and intelligent personal assistants.  

11:00 AM PDT - Chart Sonification for All: Accessible Multimodal Graphs        

Georgia Institute of Technology and Highcharts have collaboratively developed and evaluated an accessible online multimodal graphing tool, combining sonification and advanced data visualization.  

2:20 PM PST - The Accessibility Divide in the Mobile Phone Market      

The research presented reveals an accessibility divide in the mobile phone market based on disability type, provider type, and phone type that inhibits access equity.  

4:20 PM PDT - Digital Tech for Inclusive Aging: Usability/Design & Policy         

This session offers a literature derived policy and design model for the development and deployment of effective, inclusive technologies in assisted

Date of Publication: 
Thursday, March 5, 2020


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