A Reading List


Following is a list of articles and videotapes that can be used for further research and instruction in the area of computing access for individuals with disabilities.

Anson, D.K. (1997). Alternative computer access: A guide to selection. Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis Company.

[Scholars Abe, Arnell and Crystal in the lab] Berliss J.(1994) Boon or bust? Access to electronic publishing by individuals using adaptive computer technology. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 45 (10), 753-59.

Brightman, A.J., & Green, P. (1990). Independence day: Designing computer solutions for individuals with disabilities. Allen, TX: DLM.

Brown, C. (1993). Assistive computer technology: Opening new doorways. New Directions for Student Services, 64, 89-102.

Brown, C. (1992). Assistive technology, computers and persons with disabilities. Communications of the ACM, 35 (5), 36-45.

Burger, D., Improved access to computers for the visually handicapped: New prospects and principles. (1994). IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering, 2 (3), 111-118.

Burgstahler, S.E. (1998). Making Web pages universally accessible. Computer-Mediated Communications Magazine, 5 (1).

Burgstahler, S.E. (1997). Teaching on the Net: What's the difference? T. H. E. Journal, 24 (9), 61-4.

Burgstahler, S.E., & Comden, D. (1997). World wide access: Focus on libraries. Journal of Information Technology and Disabilities, 4 (1-2).

Burgstahler, S.E., Comden, D., & Fraser, B. (1997). Universal access: Electronic resources in libraries -- Presentation materials. Seattle, WA: DO-IT, University of Washington.

Burgstahler, S.E. (1994). Adaptive technology that provides student access to computers. The EDUTECH Report, 10 (4), 4-5.

Burkhead, E.J., McMahon, B.T., & Sampon, J.P. (1986). The liberation of disabled persons in a technological society: Access to computer technology. Rehabilitation Literature, 47 (7-8), 162-168.

Chalfen, D.H., & Farb, S.E. (1996). Universal access and the ADA: A disability access design specification for the new UCLA library online information system. Library Hi Tech, 14 (1), 51-56.

Closing the gap 1998 resource directory. Closing the Gap, 16 (6), 41-195.

Computers, technology, and people with disabilities. Washington, DC: HEATH Resource Center.

Coombs, N., & Cartwright, G.P. (1994). Project EASI: Equal Access to Software and Information. Change, 26 (2), 42-44.

Cunningham, C. & Coombs, N. (1997). Information access and adaptive technology. Phoenix, AZ: Orynx Press.

Deines-Jones, C. (1996). Access to library internet services for patrons with disabilities: Pragmatic considerations for developers. Library Hi Tech, 14 (1), 57-64,68.

Disability-related resources on the internet. Seattle, WA: DO-IT, University of Washington.

Dixon, J. M. (1996). Leveling the road ahead: Guidelines for the creation of WWW pages accessible to blind and visually handicapped users. Library Hi Tech, 14 (1), 65-68.

DO-IT, University of Washington. (1998). Equal access: Computer labs. Seattle, WA.

DO-IT, University of Washington. (1998). Equal access: Computer labs (videotape). Seattle, WA.

DO-IT, University of Washington. (1998). Opening doors: Mentoring on the internet. Seattle, WA.

DO-IT, University of Washington. (1998). Opening doors: Mentoring on the Internet (videotape). Seattle, WA.

DO-IT, University of Washington. (1997). World wide access: Accessible web design. Seattle, WA.

DO-IT, University of Washington. (1997). World wide access (videotape). Seattle, WA.

DO-IT, University of Washington. (1994). Working together: People with disabilities and computer technology. Seattle, WA.

DO-IT, University of Washington. (1994). Working together: People with disabilities and computer technology (videotape). Seattle, WA.

Filipczak, B. (1993). Adaptive technology for the disabled. Training, 30 (3), 23-29.

EASI, American Association of Higher Education. Adaptive technology for people with disabilities (videotape). Washington, DC.

Horne, R. (Ed.). Assistive technology. ( 1989) NICHCY News Digest, 13.

Lazzaro, J.J. (1994). Opinion: Adaptive computing and the internet: One step forward, two steps back? Internet Research, 4 (4), 2-8.

Lazzaro, J.J. (1993). Adaptive technologies for learning and work environments. Chicago, IL: American Library Association.

Lazzaro, J.J. (1993). Computers for the disabled. Byte, 18 (7), 59, 61-62, 64.

Pesta, John. (1994). Assistive, adaptive, amazing technologies. TECHNOS, 3 (2), 10-12.

Taylor, B., & Squires, P.C. (1988). Computers offer disabled persons "equal footing." O.T. Week, 4, 14.

Trace Resource Book: Assistive technologies for communication, control & computer access. (1996-97 Edition). Madison, WI: Trace Research and Development Center.

Wobschall, R., & Lakin, C. (Eds.). (1995). Assistive technologies feature issue. IMPACT, 8 (1).

Wong, M.A. (1997). Disability and the internet: Access and use as means toward greater self-advocacy. Physical disabilities: Education and related services, 15 (2), 23-36.

[Marissa in the HIT lab]