Accessible Technology

AT has the potential to increase autonomy, and improve millions of people’s ability to live independently. This potential is currently under-realized because the expertise needed to create the right AT is in short supply and the custom nature of AT makes it difficult to deliver inexpensively. Yet computers’ flexibility and exponentially increasing power have revolutionized and democratized assistive technology. We will explore these trends and the research behind them.

Fall 2019 Class:

Fall 2019: The Future of Access Technology

Some past versions:

Spring 2015: Web Accessibility

Spring 2005: Assistive Technology

Jennifer Mankoff | University of Washington

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