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ScholarWorks Open Access Repository (SOAR) contains scholarship created by the CSUN community, including faculty publications and reports, student theses and dissertations, university archives, and open access journals. Browse the various collections below or search the whole repository using the search engine to your right. Questions about SOAR can be directed to Andrew Weiss and Elizabeth Altman. See our CSUN ScholarWorks guide for more information.

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  • Tang, Hao; Amuneke, Tayo; Lantigua, Juan; Zou, Huang; Seiple, William; Zhu, Zhigang (California State University, Northridge., 2017)
    Trip planning is useful for every traveler, especially for visually impaired people because they can learn maps and routes prior to their upcoming journey. Research on trip planning for the visually impaired has been more ...
  • Matsuo, Masaki; Sakajiri, Masatsugu; Onishi, Junji; Ono, Tsukasa; Miura, Takahiro (California State University, Northridge., 2017)
    Computer games are becoming increasingly diversified. The lead author of this paper first encountered them early in elementary school. One of the authors recalls quite often having had fun playing games with his neighborhood ...
  • Kouroupetroglou, Georgios; Martos, Aineias (California State University, Northridge., 2017)
    Dot elevation and dot density are two main variables that dominate the recognition and conceptualization of tactile embossed graphics by blind individuals. Nevertheless, few studies have investigated tactile sensitivity ...
  • Ichikari, Ryosuke; Kurata, Takeshi (California State University, Northridge., 2017)
    In this paper, we present a new approach for collecting accessible information for visually impaired people. In the past, accessible maps for people with disabilities have been created by holding events called "mapping ...
  • Newton, Chelsea; Sennott, Samuel C. (California State University, Northridge., 2017)
    This single-case non-concurrent multiple baseline design intervention study targeted four young adults in public high school with complex communication needs who lacked augmentative and alternative communication using the ...

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