Friday, June 20, 2014
Computer access for people with disabilities: A human factors approach
Looking for something that presents technology for individuals with physical, cognitive, and sensory impairments, and for older adults? Computer access for people with disabilities: A human factors approach covers text entry devices, pointing devices, switch access, automatic speech recognition, and web accessibility. It emphasizes fundamental concepts and principles of computer use and draws on research from the fields of rehabilitation engineering, occupational therapy, and human-computer interaction (HCI).
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