Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities Volume 7



This collection houses Volume 7 of the Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities published by the CSUN Center on Disabilities. 2019 marks the seventh year of the journal, which gathers the best papers from the 34th Annual Assistive Technology Conference , held in San Diego, California in March 11-15, 2019.

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  • Miesenberger, Klaus; Ruiz, Shirley; Santiago, Julia (California State University, Northridge., 2019)
  • Seo, Joo Young; McCurry, Sean (California State University, Northridge., 2019)
    Although recent advancements in assistive technology has increasingly enabled people who are blind or visually impaired to challenge themselves to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects and ...
  • Shibata, Kuniomi; Hattori, Akira; Matsumoto, Sayaka (California State University, Northridge., 2019)
    The purpose of this article is to examine a mobile application to support children and students with hearing difficulties or/and developmental disorders in interacting, understanding, and preparing for transitions between ...
  • Willis, Athena; Codick, Elizabeth; Boudreault, Patrick; Vogler, Christian; Kushalnagar, Raja (California State University, Northridge., 2019)
    Previous research has shown that deaf users spend more effort compared with their hearing peers while seeking for information in signed modality articles when compared to written modality articles. That is, if a deaf user ...
  • Brinkley, Julian; Daily, Shaundra B.; Gilbert, Juan E. (California State University, Northridge., 2019)
    This article describes the implementation of the ATLAS self-driving vehicle voice user interface prototype. ATLAS has been designed to support the experiential needs of visually impaired self-driving vehicle users.