Bibliography for Assistive Tech Fall 2005

In addition to these articles, you may also find these articles on conducting participatory research with people with disabilities interesting, as well as the articles found on the page.

1. Barnes, C. and Mercer, G. Breaking the mold? An indroduction to doing disability research. in Colin Barnes, G.M. ed. Doing disability research, The Disability Press, 1997, 1-14. http://www.leeds.ac.uk/disability-studies/archiveuk/Barnes/Chapter%25201.pdf.
2. Behr, S.K. and Murphy, D.L. Research progress and promise: The role of perceptions in cognitive adaptation to disability. in Turnbull, A.P., Patterson, J.A., Behr, S.K., Murphy, D.L., Marquis, J.G. and Blue-Banning, M.J. eds. Cognitive coping, families, and disability, www.brookespublishing.com, 1993, 151-163
3. Berger, R.J. Pushing Forward: Disability, Basketball, and Me. Qualitative Inquiry, 10 (5). 794-810, 20004
4. Block, P. Sexuality, Fertility, and Danger: Twentieth-Century Images of Women with Cognitive Disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 18 (4). 239-254, 2000
5. Breslin, M.L. Disability Paradigms, 2002. http://guir.berkeley.edu/courses/assistive-tech/spring2002/mlb-paradigms.htm.
6. Card, S.K., Moran, T.P. and Newell, A. The Keystroke-Level Model for User Performance Time with Interactive Systems. Communications of the ACM, 23 (7). 396-410, 1980. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/358886.358895.
7. Carmien, S., DePaula, R., Gorman, A. and Kintsch, A., Increasing worklpace independence for people with cognitive disabilities by leveraging distributed cognition among caregivers and clients. In Proceedings of the 2003 International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work, (Sanibel Island, FL, USA, 2003), ACM Press, 95-104. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/958160.958176.
8. Cole, E., Computer-based cognitive prosthetics: assistive technology for the treatment of cognitive disabilities. In Proceedings of ASSETS 1998, (Marina del Rey, CA, USA, 1998), ACM Press, 11-18. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/274497.274502.
9. Consolvo, S., Roessler, P., Shelton, B.E., LaMarca, A. and Schilit, B. Technology for Care Networks of Elders. Pervasive Computing. 22-29, 2004
10. Cook, A.M. and Hussey, S.M. Assistive technologies: principles and practice. Mosby, Inc., St. Louis, 2002
11. Coyne, K. and Nielsen, J. How to Conduct Usability Evaluation for Accessibility: Methodology Guidelines for Testing Websites and Intranets With Users Who Use Assistive Technology, Nielsen Norman Group, 2001. http://www.nngroup.com/reports/accessibility/testing/.
12. Davies, R., Marcella, S., McGrenere, J. and Purves, B., The ethnographically informed participatory design of a PD application to support communication. In Proceedings of ASSETS 2004, (Atlanta, GA, USA, 2004), ACM Press, 153-160. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1028630.1028658.
13. Edwards, A.D.N., Progress in Sign Languages Recognition. In International Gesture Workshop on Gesture and Sign Language in Human Computer Interaction, (1997), Springer-Verlag, 13-21
14. Fell, H., Cress, C., MacAuslan, J. and Ferrier, L., visiBabble for reinforcement of early vocalization. In Proceedings of ASSETS 2004, (Atlanta, GA, USA, 2004), ACM Press, 161-168. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1028630.1028659.
15. Forlizzi, J., DiSalvo, C. and Gemperle, F. Assistive Robotics and an Ecology of Elders Living Independently in Their Homes. Human-Computer Interaction, 19. 25-59, 2004. http://peopleandrobots.org/pubs/HCI1901&2pp25-59.pdf.
16. Fraser, J. and Gutwin, C., A framework of assistive pointers for low vision users. In Proceedings of ASSETS 2000, (Arlington, VA, USA, 2000), ACM Press, 9-16. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/354324.354329.
17. Gill, C.J. The Social Experience of Disability. in Gary L. Albrecht, K.D.S.a.M.B. ed. Handbook of Disability Studies, Sage Publications, London, 2000, 351-372
18. Hammel, J., Lai, J.-S. and Heller, T. The impact of assistive technology and environmental interventions on function and living situation status with people who are ageing with developmental disabilities. Disability and Rehabilitation, 24 (1). 93-105, 2002
19. Hayes, G.R., Kientz, J.A., Truong, K.N., White, D.R., Abowd, G.D. and Pering, T., Designing capture applications to support the education of children with autism. In Proceedings of UBICOMP 2004, (Nottingham, England, 2004), Springer-Verlag. http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~gillian/research/Hayes-Autism-Ubicomp2004.pdf.
20. Ho-Ching, W.-l., Mankoff, J. and Landay, J., Can you see what I hear? The Design and Evaluation of a Peripheral Sound Display for the Deaf. In Proceedings of the ACM CHI'03 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, (Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA, 2003), ACM Press, 161-168. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/642611.642641.
21. Hwang, F., Keates, S., Langdon, P. and Clarkson, J., Mouse Movements of Motion-Impaired Users: A Submovement Analysis. In Proceedings of ASSETS 2004, (Atlanta, GA, USA, 2004), ACM Press, 102-109
22. Jacko, J.A., Barreto, A., Marmet, G.J., Chu, J.Y.M., Bautsch, H.S., Scott, I.U. and Rosa, R.H., Jr., Low vision: the role of visual acuity in the efficiency of cursor movement. In Proceedings of ASSETS 2000, (Arlington, VA, USA, 2000), ACM Press, 1-8
23. Kamel, H.M. and Landay, J.A., A Study of Blind Drawing Practices: Creating Graphical Information without the Visual Channel. In Proceedings of ASSETS 2000, (Arlington, VA, USA, 2000), ACM Press, 34-41
24. Kamel, H.M. and Landay, J.A., Sketching Images Eyes-free: A Grid-based Dynamic Drawing Tool for The Blind. In Proceedings of ASSETS 2002, (Edinburgh, Scotland, 2002), ACM Press, 33-40. http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~hesham/files/ic2d-assets2002.pdf.
25. Keate, E., Javkin, H., Antonanzas-Barroso, N. and Zou, R., A system for teachnig speech to profoundly deaf children using synthesized acoustic & articulatory patterns. In Proceedings of ASSETS 1994, (1994), ACM Press, 17-22. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/191028.191032.
26. Kitchin, R., Towards emancipatory and empowering disability research: reflections on three participatory action research projects. In Disability Research Conference, (Ireland, 2002), National Disability Authority. http://www.nda.ie/cntmgmt.nsf/0/87418679FAE58B0E80256F02004753E9/$File/Towards%20Emancipatory%20and%20Empowering%20Disability%20Research%20-%20%20Reflections%20on%20Three%20Participatory%20Action%20Research%20Projects.htm.
27. Koester, H.H. and Levine, S.P. Model simulations of user performance with word prediction. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 14. 25-35, 1998
28. Lehman, J.F., Towards the use of speech and natural language technology in intervention for a language-disordered population. In Proceedings of ASSETS 1998, (Marina del Rey, CA, USA, 1998), ACM Press, 19-26. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/274497.274503.
29. Lines, L. and Hone, K.S. Eliciting user requirements with older adults: lessons from the design of an interactive domeestic alarm system. Universal Access in the Information Society, 3. 141-148, 2004
30. Litvak, S. and Enders, A. Support Systems: The Interface between Individuals and Environments. in Gary L. Albrecht, K.D.S.a.M.B. ed. Handbook of Disability Studies, Sage Publications, London, 2000, 711-733
31. Mactavish, J.B., Mahon, M.J. and Lutfiyya, Z.M. "I Can Speak for Myself": Involving individuals with intellectual disabilities as research participants. Mental Retardation, 38 (3). 228-233, 2000
32. Mankoff, J., Fait, H. and Juang, R. Evaluating accessibility through simulating the experiences of users with vision or motor impairments. IBM Systems Journal. To Appear, 2005
33. Mankoff, J., Fait, H. and Tran, T., Is your web page accessible? A comparative study of methods for assessing web page accessibility for the blind. In Proceedings of the ACM CHI'05 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, (Portland, OR, USA, 1995), ACM Press, To Appear
34. Mirenda, P. Toward functional augmentative and alternative communication for students with autism: Manual signs, graphic symbols, and voice output communication aids. Language, Speech, and Hearing in Schools, 34. 203-216, 2003
35. Moffatt, K., McGrenere, J., Purves, B. and Klawe, M., The participatory design of a sound and image enhanced daily planner for people with aphasia. In Proceedings of the CHI'04 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, (Vienna, Austria, 2004), ACM Press, 407-414. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/985692.985744.
36. Myers, B.A., Wobbrock, J.O., Yang, S., Yeung, B., Nichols, J. and Miller, R., Using Handhelds to Help People with Motor Impairments. In Proceedings of ASSETS 2002, (Edinburgh, Scotland, 2002), ACM Press, 89-96
37. Mynatt, E.D., Melenhorst, A.-S., Fisk, A.D. and Rogers, W.A. Aware Technologies for Aging in Place: Understanding User Needs and Attitudes. Pervasive Computing. 36-41, 2004
38. Mynatt, E.D. and Weber, G., Nonvisual presentation of graphical user interfaces: contrasting two approaches. In Proceedings of the ACM CHI '94 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, (Boston, MA, USA, 1994), ACM Press, 166-172. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/191666.191732.
39. Nielsen, J. Beyond Accessibility: Treating Users with Disabilities as People Alertbox, 2001. http://www.useit.com/alertbox/20011111.html.
40. Paciello, M.G. Web accessibility for people with disabilities. CMP Books, 2000
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42. Parker, I. Reading Minds: If a person cannot move, talk, or even blink, is it possible to communicate with his brain? The New Yorker, 2003, 52. http://www.indiana.edu/~teleweb/cyberia/lockbrain.html.
43. Raman, T.V., Emacspeak -- A Speech Interface. In Proceedings of the ACM CHI '96 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, (Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1996), ACM Press, 66-71. http://www.cs.cornell.edu/Info/People/raman/publications/chi96-emacspeak/paper.html.
44. Scherer, M.J. Living in the State of Stuck: How Assistive Technology Impacts the Lives of People with Disabilities. Brookline Books, Inc., Cambridge, 2000
45. Senghas, R.J. and Monaghan, L. Signs of Their Times: Deaf Communities and the Culture of Language. Annual Review of Anthropology, 31. 69-97, 2002
46. Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. The social model of disability: An outdated ideology? Research in Social Science, 2. 9-28, 2002. http://www.leeds.ac.uk/disability-studies/archiveuk/archframe.htm.
47. Shuttleworth, R. From experience to theory in anthropology's engagement. Disability Studies Quarterly, 21 (3). 103-113, 2001
48. Takagi, H., Asakawa, C., Fukuda, K. and Maeda, J., Accesibility Designer: Visualizing Usability for the Blind. In Proceedings of ASSETS'04, (Atlanta, GA, USA, 2004), ACM Press, 177-184. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1029014.1028662.
49. Thatcher, J., Bohman, P., Burks, M., Henry, S.L., Regan, B., Swierenga, S., Urban, M.D. and Waddell, C.D. Constructing Accessible Web Sites. glasshaus, 2002
50. Wasserman, D. Philosophical Issues in the Definition and Social Response to Disability. in Gary L. Albrecht, K.D.S.a.M.B. ed. Handbook of Disability Studies, Sage Publications, London, 2000, 219-251
51. Wehmeyer, M. and Schwartz, M. Self-Determination and Positive Adult Outcomes: A follow-up study of youth with mental retardation or learning disabilities. Exceptional Children, 63 (2). 245-255, 1997
52. Wu, M., Richards, B. and Baecker, R., Participatory Design with Individuals who have Amnesia. In Proceedings of the eight conference on Participatory Design, (Toronto, ON, Canada, 2004), ACM Press, 214-223. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1011870.1011895.
53. Zhao, L., Kipper, K., Schuler, W., Vogler, C., Badler, N.I. and Palmer, M., A Machine Translation System from English to American Sign Language. In Proceedings of the fourth Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas on Envisioning Machine Translation in the Information Future, (2000), Springer-Verlag, 54-67